You’re Invited!

Men of the Northern Illinois Conference, you’re invited to join the Northern Illinois Conference United Methodist Men (NICUMM) for the Spiritual Congress (annual men’s spiritual retreat) to be held September 13-15th in Williams Bay, WI on scenic Lake Geneva.  Spiritual Congress is presented by the NICUMM for spiritual development, training and fellowship with brothers from around the conference. Last year we highlighted YoungER Men’s Ministry and this year we are continuing in the same vein.  The topic of this year’s Spiritual Congress is “Changing the Game.” Our Continue reading →

United Methodist Men’s Annual Report for 2016

2016 was a great year for NICUMM, as they have reached out in mission and helped others to know and grow in Christ. The new quadrennial led to a change in leadership of the Northern Illinois Conference United Methodist Men with a newly elected President, Vice President, Treasurer and one new District President.

United Methodist Men’s Annual Report for 2015

2015 was a great year for NICUMM, as they have reached out in mission and helped others to know and grow in Christ. The Northern Illinois Conference United Methodist men continue to develop Executive Committees in each District. The Conference is working on materials for our endowment fund with the foundation.

United Methodist Men’s Annual Report for 2014

2014 was a great year for NICUMM, as they have reached out in mission and helped others to know and grow in Christ. The Northern Illinois Conference United Methodist men continue to develop Executive Committees in each District.

United Methodist Men’s Annual Report for 2011

The Conference UMM continues to witness, grow spiritually, and make a difference in other’s lives. We continue to develop our website. Members of the conference and, particularly our United Methodist Men, make a difference for others.

Letter from the Northwest District

On Saturday, January 23, 2010 the first meeting of 2010 was held at St. Matthew UMC. From the 63 churches in our District 3 churches were represented. 1st Korean of Wheeling. Resurrection, and St. Matthew.