Assembly 2010 News
A Life Dedicated to Shining for Racial Justice
03/25/2012 This meditation is written to help United Methodist Women begin to prayerfully prepare themselves for the United Methodist Women's Assembly, May 4-7 in Anaheim, Calif., and for the ensuing education, inspiration, and mission work of the organization.
Sally L. Vonner Elected to Women's Division AGS Position, and Other Approvals by Leigh Rogers
10/13/2010 At their Annual board meeting, Oct. 7-11 in Stamford, Conn., the Women’s Division board of directors approved or reported on the following actions.
Faith • Hope • Love in Action by Mary Beth Coudal
05/13/2010 United Methodist Women closes its quadrennial Assembly May 2, going forth with vision and dancing.
Former Women’s Division President Mai Gray dies at 88 by Yvette Moore
05/12/2010 Mai Gray, 88, the first African American president of the Women’s Division of the United Methodist General Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Women’s national administrative body, died May 6 in St. Louis University Hospital after falling ill at the organization’s quadrennial Assembly in that city April 30-May 2.
The Experience Hall of Assembly by Shanta Bryant Gyan
05/02/2010 Assembly’s Experience Hall offers participants an opportunity to learn about justice issues – and be entertained.
International Market About More than Goods by Elliott Wright
05/02/2010 The international solidarity marketplace at Assembly 2010.
More than Sisters by Mary Beth Coudal
05/02/2010 Women learn to use social media to connect with one another and the world.
Climate Change by Christie R. House
05/02/2010 United Methodist Women learned they are the greatest tools for stemming the tide of harmful changes in the world's climate, during a workshop on the issue at their quadrennial Assembly in St. Louis, Mo., April 30.
The Millennial Generation by Shanta Bryant Gyan
05/02/2010 The Millennial Generation -- 18 to 29 year olds -- are often discounted as being apathetic, self-indulgent and hostile to civic institutions, but that couldn’t be further from the truth, said Judy Woodruff and Erica Williams in their onstage dialog at United Methodist Women’s Assembly in St. Louis, Mo., May 1.
Joycelyn Elders Leads Town Hall on Health Care Reform by Yvette Moore
05/02/2010 Dr. Joycelyn Elders encourages women to create a consensus that health care for all is not only necessary but possible.
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