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What is United Methodist Women?

United Methodist Women is a supportive, inclusive Christian membership organization where women grow spiritually, develop as leaders and serve and work to create a world in which all women, children and youth thrive.  United Methodist Women is the women’s ministry of The United Methodist Church.

What does United Methodist Women do?

Our members nurture one another in community and support U.S. and international projects and partners improving the lives of women, children and youth with their prayers, volunteer and advocacy efforts, and financial gifts.

PURPOSE of United Methodist Women

The organized unit of United Methodist Women shall be a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.

Our VISION

Turning faith, hope and love into action on behalf of women, children and youth around the world.

Who can join United Methodist Women?

Any woman who commits herself to the PURPOSE of United Methodist Women and to engage in study, personal growth and social action can join.  Women can join the unit (group) in their local church, become part of a unit in a near-by church, join the on-line community, join a district unit if one exists or help to form a district unit.

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2021 Mission u

JOIN US: July 22-30, 2021!

Eastern Pennsylvania Conference United Methodist Women  Present 2021 Virtual Mission u  

Do you feel like things are falling apart? The past year has been a great unraveling, when it  seemed like our world literally shifted. But in spite of the pandemic and the chaos, God’s grace is still unfolding! As we read in Corinthians 4:16-18, there’s more here than meets the eye. When  it looks like things are falling apart on the outside, on the inside God is making new life!  Learn More

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UMW Report, 2019 Annual Conference

June 13-15, 2019. Presenters: Gladys B. Hubbard and Susan D. Dziuk. Read the transcript.