Revs. Cindy Gregorson and Carol Zaagsma answer some questions and reflect on what inclusive vision we adopted at the 2019 Annual Conference means for us.
Nine Minnesota clergy just graduated from the program, now in its second year, and 11 more just began.
Three days of annual conference turned into a two-minute video and a summary of key points to share with members of your congregation!
Annual Conference members voted 491-86 to adopt the vision and 446-108 to adopt a resolution rejecting the General Conference-approved Traditional Plan.
Attendees celebrated Holy Spirit breakthroughs in our midst—ways in which Minnesota United Methodists are daring to reach new people and love boldly.
More than 130 Minnesota United Methodist churches have communicated their values with the help of a Love Boldly Micro Grant.
Rev. Ben Ingebretson points to some positive signs that our culture is changing and we are embracing opportunities to create new places for new people!
A team from Hamline University in St. Paul provided leadership and learned at The United Methodist Church's Creation Care Summit in Nashville, Tennessee.
Minnesota Methodists from six churches, ranging in age from 8 to 85, spent six days volunteering on the Spirit Lake Nation Reservation in Sheyenne, North ...
There is a tension among church leaders around generosity—especially when multiple generations are in the conversation. It is time to expand the definition.
The Minnesota Conference Vietnam Steering Team continues to be committed to partnering with Vietnam as the people of that country continue to reach and make ...
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