This program reaches out to the 'Garifuna' - people descended from African slaves; they are isolate and discriminated against because of their language, skin color and unique culture.
Women’s Division directors discuss how a new relationship with GBGM and organizational changes will draw a better definition to members about the nature of United Methodist Women.
An edited sample of the Same Difference documentary that explores interfaith issues.
An interfaith discussion between leaders of the Christian, Muslim and Jewish faiths, moderated by United Methodist Women chief executive, Harriett Jane Olson.
National Seminar made the news in Birmingham, AL. Julie Taylor sheds light on this issue that "belongs to all of us."
Caring in a multiracial, multiethnic and underserved community takes really talented and committed individuals. Meet the doctors and nurses providing a wide range of medical and educational services to the Phoenix community.
Maria Chavez, indigenous Bolivian theologian with the World Council of Churches (the largest community /fellowship of churches in the world) discusses the challenges the women of Bolivian Churches face in the 21st century.
For more than 100 years Harford School has been preparing girls in Sierra Leone for leadership. This video was produced for response, June 2011 issue, the magazine of United Methodist Women. Video and photos by Nile Sprague.
This video explains where pledges to Mission Giving programs and institutions go, describes the five channels of giving, and how it makes a difference.
Ten deaconesses and one home missioner were commissioned on April 2, 2011, as part of United Methodist Women's Board of Directors meeting.