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Reading Program 2014
Prayer Calendar 2014
Program Book 2013-2014
Program Date Book 2014
Annual Sampler 2014
Program Book 2013-2014: Calling to Mission in Our Time
10/04/2013 “Calling to Mission in Our Time” is the September 2013 program from the United Methodist Women Program Book 2013-14 - A Calling for This Time. This program has been updated. Click to download the print-friendly PDF version of the updated program.
Stories of Peacemakers: Domestic Violence by Julie Taylor
10/01/2013 “Shades of Violence, Paths to Healing” was the theme of an opening gathering on domestic violence and abuse sponsored jointly by the United Methodist Women and United Methodist Men of the Baltimore-Washington Conference. It was an event that featured experts’ statistics as well as the personal stories of those who suffered various forms of domestic violence and abuse. It highlighted the need for being peacemakers in our communities.
Contribute to United Methodist Women’s Living Timeline!
09/30/2013 We invite you to tell the story of the United Methodist Women member in your life who has instilled in you the hope, determination and drive to Make It Happen for others. Your stories, photos, videos and artwork will become part of Make It Happen: A Living Timeline to be shared at Assembly 2014 in Louisville, Ky., and beyond.
Seeking Fullness of Life: Biblical Meditations on Women and Migration From Women Around the Globe by Nellie Choi, Editor
09/30/2013 Link to Amazon.com: This Kindle e-book of biblical meditations about women and migration brings faith perspectives to the exploration of global migration and lifts up the voices and stories of women as they are impacted by migration. These voices include migrant women but also women who welcome migrants and open their homes and hearts to them. This book will serve as a catalyst for deep reflection, meditation and learning and will inspire you to become allies with migrant women and to advocate for migrant human rights. 20 meditations. 50 pp. (approximate).
Stories of Peacemakers: Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Mozambique by Carol Van Gorp
09/20/2013 Early this year United Methodist women from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Mozambique gathered at Africa University (AU) in Zimbabwe to explore their roles as women peace builders. The event was co-sponsored by United Methodist Women and the Institute of Peace, Leadership and Governance of AU.
Palate for Peace: Palestinian Women by Glory E. Dharmaraj
09/19/2013 Palestinian women make up almost 50% of Palestinian population (1.03 men/woman). Palestinian women make up 53.1% of secondary and 54.4% of tertiary education. But female employment does not correlate with the educational achievements of women. Especially on the West Bank, unemployment is high among women. Unemployment in the West Bank stood at 17.8% in 2009 with 17.6% for males and 18.8% for females. Unemployment among women in the West Bank is particularly high.
Program Book 2013-14: Pledge to Mission Service for 2014 by Nichea Ver Veer Guy
09/19/2013 A special program from A Calling for This Time-United Methodist Women Program Book 2013-14: "Pledge to Mission Service for 2014: Living Our Calling."
Stories of Peacemakers: Japan by Dr. Renee Campbell
09/18/2013 While attending the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations through United Methodist Women, Dr. Renee Campbell, the Executive Director of Wesley House Community Services in Louisville, KY learned from international delegate Suzuyo Takazato from Japan of the years of rapes and violence being imposed on the women of Okinawa, Japan by US service members. With that, she started a T-Shirt campaign to give voice and tribute to those women and their families.
Stories of Peacemakers: Southern States of the U.S. by Jennifer McCallum
09/17/2013 Publix, a large supermarket in the Southern States of the U.S., is being pressured by UMW and other coalitional partners for better conditions for farm workers. Over 60 United Methodist Women from the Florida conference joined CIW members and allies in a prayer vigil at the Southgate Publix in Lakeland on July 13, 2013.
Stories of Peacemakers: Haiti by Carol Van Gorp
09/16/2013 There is a growing social movement that demands the respect of children’s rights in Haiti, which includes a focus on stopping the practice of enslaving children (restavec), as reported by Beyond Borders, an organization working to develop child protection policies and practices at all levels of Haitian society.