Sacred Sojourn: Relationship-Building Trip Yields Rich Results
10/21/2013 Last month, members of United Methodist Women embarked on a journey that explored the 250-year history of industrialization and its effects on the Chesapeake Bay and the communities that live near its waters. The trip was in preparation for a full sacred journey, which will take place in June 2014.
From the Other Side by Joy Prim
09/09/2013 I recently returned from my first ever Mission u with the California-Pacific Conference United Methodist Women. I’ve been to a number of Schools of Christian Missions since I was young, but this was my first school under the new name Mission u. This was the first one on the West Coast—all the others I had attended were on the East Coast. This was also the first one for which I was a study leader at instead of just a student. I got to see the other side of the classroom.
Sojourn to Sacredness
06/14/2013 Come paddle and hike through Maryland’s Chesapeake region. Together we’ll experience the beauty and complexity of this magnificent piece of God’s creation.
Empowering Young Women and Helping Elderly People in Portugal by Emília Linhares e Estela Ribeiro Lamas
06/14/2013 In the midst of difficult economic times in Portugal, the Portuguese Federation of Methodist Women (FMM) has continued to step up instead of stepping back to extend care to those in need.
Frequently Asked Questions
05/29/2013 United Methodist Women is a faith-based membership organization of laywomen within The United Methodist Church. We are organized for mission and our members are committed to growing as disciples of Jesus Christ in community with other women and building the lives of women, children and youth. United Methodist Women has been in mission for more than 140 years.
Women of the Manger by Brenda Moland
12/17/2012 Use this mini-retreat to take a journey to the manger to renew our faith in the hope, peace, joy and love of Christmas.
Discernment Event for Deaconesses and Home Missioners
09/08/2011 A discernment event has been organized in Asheville, N.C., October 28-30, 2011, to enable laypersons of The United Methodist Church who are living in the country to discern whether the deaconess or home missioner calling is for them.
It’s About Relationships by Tara Barnes
06/20/2011 response talks with young women about their involvement in United Methodist Women.
Not in My Neighborhood
01/10/2011 “Not in My Neighborhood” is designed for use in a group retreat or information session about human trafficking. It includes a facilitator’s guide, a PowerPoint presentation and a Bible study.
Not in My Neighborhood! by Charlotte Morrow
01/10/2011 This text is designed to be used for a group retreat, accompanied by the “Not in My Neighborhood” PowerPoint presentation.
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