Dakotas Conference

August 28, 2012Featured

Our Purpose is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Our Vision is to increase average worship attendance by 1% each year. Our top priority is to undergird the local church to: Equip lay people; Reach younger more diverse people; Develop strong children and youth ministries; Support and strengthen families; … Read More

Minnesota Conference

August 28, 2012Featured

The Minnesota Annual Conference seeks to make disciples for the transformation of the world by leading through what it identifies as its “Gospel Imperatives”: Reach New People and Cultivate Spiritual Vitality. Starting new United Methodist faith communities and helping existing congregations reach out to their mission fields and are the two primary ways that the … Read More

Northern Ilinois Conference

August 28, 2012Featured

The purpose of the Northern Illinois Annual Conference is to make disciples for Jesus Christ, disciples who, empowered by the Holy Spirit, will make a difference in the world by equipping its local faith communities for a ministry of witness, justice, hope and love, and by providing a connection for mission beyond the congregation; all … Read More

Detroit Conference

August 28, 2012Featured, NCJ Conferences

The vision of the Detroit Conference of The United Methodist Church is to create and nurture dynamic and fruitful congregations who make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

West Michigan Conference

August 28, 2012Featured

“Creating Disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World.”
That is the mission of the West Michigan Conference of The United
Methodist Church.

West Ohio Conference

August 28, 2012Featured

Every congregation in the West Ohio Conference is a healthy, growing, spiritually vital, risk-taking center for making and equipping disciples of Jesus Christ for the purpose of transforming the world.

Bishop Lee calls for prayer

August 7, 2012NCJ News, Uncategorized

Wisconsin Area Bishop Linda Lee has called for United Methodists to join other Wisconsin Christians in a day of prayer Sunday, Aug. 12, for the families and others affected by the tragedy as well as for the entire Sikh community.