A detailed look at the three plans considered by the Commission on a Way Forward—and resources for churches to understand them and prepare for 2019.
Plans call for a new year-round, multi-level, multi-use worship and meeting center but support is needed to bring it to fruition.
Three days of annual conference turned into a summary of key points to share with members of your congregation!
Three full days of worship, celebration, learning, and conference business packed into a two-minute compilation video that you can download and share!
In Brown's teaching sessions, he implored attendees to stay connected to the vine that is Jesus, to focus on evangelism, and to do discipleship differently.
Annual Conference attendees learned about and celebrated a variety of Holy Spirit breakthroughs in our midst—places where we are changing people’s lives by helping them come to know Christ.
“When we remain in Jesus, his joy is our joy, and we discover fully mature, fully complete joy for our lives,” Bishop Ough told members of the 2018 Annual Conference Session.
Spirit River Community in Isanti is now largely sustainable and, more importantly, positioned to extend its impact!
We are planning for our 2020 Annual Conference to be held in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in conjunction with the Dakotas Conference.
Rev. Martin Luther King did not come preaching something new; he came shouting something we already knew, but failed to live.
Easter is about realizing that our story, our journey, with Jesus is beginning rather than ending, Bishop Bruce R. Ough said in his 2018 Easter message.
“I am so encouraged by what I have witnessed of Gen Z following Parkland ... They may be God’s voice calling us to remember and live our Wesleyan rule of life.”
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church