This five-phase plan provides specific guidance for slowly and gradually resuming in-person gatherings and closely aligns with a state re-opening plan.
Cromwell and Moose Lake UMC have significantly expanded their reach in this season of quarantine through engaging online worship services and book studies.
Bishop Ough urges us to practice the essential characteristics of our democracy and to hold fast to the kingdom values of justice, love, and mercy.
Grants of up to $300 are available for congregations that read a book, have a conversation with a church from a different cultural experience, and engage in a shared learning experience.
This Nov. 20 gathering will celebrate black voices within The United Methodist Church and include spoken word, music, and conversation.
All the latest coronavirus-related news and recommendations for Minnesota churches, along with helpful links and best practices.
How self-compassionate are you? Research suggests we must be compassionate to ourselves in order to extend compassion to others.
If your church budget stays mostly the same from year to year, or if the decision you spend the most time on is pastor and staff raises, it's time to turn off ...
A look at how Methodists in Minnesota navigated the pandemic from a century ago, and the similarities in how churches are being impacted today.
Rev. Ben Ingebretson offers six suggestions for supporting educators and students as we adjust to this most unusual school year.
Can we infect the world with a different kind of virus that multiplies—one of love and compassion?
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church