Bishop Ough is asking that all congregations suspend in-person worship until at least May 10 but points out that Easter cannot be canceled.
All the latest coronavirus-related news and recommendations for Minnesota churches, along with helpful links and best practices.
From virtual camp meetings in a tent to virtual paper airplane contests to meeting vital needs in communities and hospitals, four clergy share creative approaches to ministry amid COVID-19.
Join the Dakotas and Minnesota Cabinets for a Lenten study around the book “Reckless Love: Jesus’ Call to Love Our Neighbor” by Rev. Tom Berlin.
Revs. Katy Lee and Laquaan Malachi host a new podcast that features Minnesota United Methodists and aims to help us share stories and support one another.
"I am extending my earlier request and now asking that all our congregations suspend in-person worship until at least May 10.”
The investment in pastors' leadership skills in this time is more critical than ever. The application deadline for this online certificate program for pastors ...
Do you say, "I’m not a money person"? Tim Schuster, the creator of Six Weeks on Money, encourages you to consciously think about the emotional world of money.
Rev. Pam Seebach talks about her involvement in a successful community organizing effort to prevent the construction of a hog farm in Newburg Township.
“I invite you to join me in practicing the spiritual discipline of reckless love,” Bishop Ough said as he introduced the Dakotas-Minnesota Lenten study.
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