During this difficult harvest season, Bishop Ough prays that joy and gladness be restored to our orchards and farms and ranches.
With the intense divisiveness in our country, congregations are well-positioned to role-model a different way of being together, meeting real needs and building connections across the divides.
Can we reimagine our churches as true gathering spaces for the community, where people feel a powerful sense of belonging?
Bishop Ough encourages Minnesota United Methodists to trust in God's faithfulness, even in times of terrible violence.
Participants learned about their strengths and passions, examined what brings purpose to their lives, and participated in contemplative practices.
We shine when we don’t give up or give in, when we do what we can do however big or small. And in so doing, our heart gets a little bit lighter.
Bishop Ough encourages Minnesota United Methodists to continue offering the ministries of prayer, comfort, healing, advocacy, and love following this tragedy.
You can help by becoming trained to be an effective early responder and/or Volunteer in Mission; training opportunities are coming up on Sept. 30.
Automatic giving, a strong website, technological updates, and providing ample stewardship opportunities are among the things all churches should be doing.
The Park Avenue Legal Clinic, which provides free legal services every week, is seeking volunteers to provide hospitality to clients.
Come learn about Volunteers in Missions, how to form a church-school partnership, and how to get more involved in mission opportunities.
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church