Reporting Elected & Sustained Congregation Leaders

Following a congregation conference (business meeting) at which the pastor and secretary are elected and the congregation financial officer, recorder, and historian are sustained, please submit the names of those taking on leadership roles so that the mission center directory and world church records can be updated appropriately. Please contact...

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2016 Fall Conference Recap

The 2016 Fall Mission Center Conference was once again held at Saginaw Valley State University.  On Friday, Nov. 4 registration opened and a worship experience helped the nearly 100 people gathered to focus on the theme “A Future of Hope” and center on Community of Christ scripture from Doctrine and Covenants...

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Reunion/Family Camp Director Application

Applications are now being accepted for the following events: Reunion @ Sanford Campground – June 22-27, 2018 Reunion @ Park of the Pines – July 13-20, 2018 The Michigan Mission Center sponsors reunions/family camps for all ages at four campgrounds owned and operated by Community of Christ in Michigan. Qualifications/Requirements to serve as...

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Are We Ever Satisfied?

I recently read a comical illustration about how most of us are never satisfied with what we have.   In this story, a married couple, George and Marlene, had been married for 40 years. George had just turned 60 years old a few months earlier and they were celebrating Marlene’s 60th...

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What is Generosity?

What is Generosity? The Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary defines generosity as: the quality of being kind, understanding, and not selfish; the quality of being generous; especially: willingness to give money and other valuable things to others. So how do we as Christians, and as a church, Community of Christ, define Generosity?...

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Stewardship: It’s Our Choice

Stewardship: It’s Our Choice In a recent meeting that we had with some of our Michigan church leaders, it was brought up by a couple of folks, that we don’t seem to talk much in our sermons about stewardship anymore.  That’s not the first time I’ve heard that statement. A...

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