Bishop Ough invites us, as Easter people, to look for change, for hope, and for signs of Christ’s victory over death “with eyes wide open” in anticipation of the future.
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Bishop Ough shares his dream for the church, acknowledges the pain many are experiencing, talks about how he will lead, and shares four things he asks of all Minnesota United Methodists.
The March-May “Vine and Branches" booklet is here! This resource will help you and your faith community discover joy and live deeply in connection to Jesus.
Find Minnesota-specific articles, photos, and videos of General Conference 2019 in St. Louis, Feb. 23-26, 2019.
Members of the Dakotas-Minnesota Area Host Team went to St. Louis to prepare to welcome United Methodists coming to Minneapolis for General Conference 2020.
Bishop Ough invites us to look for change, for hope, and for signs of Christ’s victory over death “with eyes wide open” in anticipation of the future.
These suggestions are designed to help congregants process what happened at General Conference and focus on being in ministry together.
There are three key advisors that all clergy should have in their corner: a financial planner, an accountant, and an attorney.
Rev. Cindy Gregorson reflects on why she stays in the denomination at a time when the church seems out of step of what she believes we are called to do and be.
Rev. Susan Nienaber shares some common patterns and feelings in times of high conflict, as well as some suggestions for healthy ways to channel energy.
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church