Many women were also there, looking on from a distance; they had followed Jesus from Galilee and had provided for him. Matthew 27:55
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 Next Fellowship Gathering is October 11
We start with lunch at noon.
Bring a sandwich to share, salad and dessert are provided.
Our women gather to intercept human trafficking “in the Red Zone.”
We have an ongoing collection of items for Marta’s House, our local women’s shelter
A basket is available in the fireside room for donated items.
United Methodist Women’s News Sheet
4th Thursday @ Noon
Bring a sandwich
Salad & Dessert Provided
The Most Convenient Wednesday @ 7:00 pm
Meeting in private homes
Call the church office for information: 541-884-4053
September – Date to be announced
2018-2019 NUTS HAVE BEEN ORDERED
For information, please call 541-884-4053
As of June 1, all prices are $1 off listed price
Crater Lake District United Methodist Women’s Newsletters
Links to United Methodist Women’s Web Sites:
- United Methodist Women/Women’s Divison national web sites:
These three short videos from United Methodist Women National Office tell our history in an entertaining fashion:
In the late 1800s, women in India could not get medical attention from male doctors – yet there were no female physicians. Eight Methodist women raised money and sent the first female missionary; that was the first of thousands of mission projects that would build what we now call United Methodist Women.
This animated short tells the story of Alma Mathews who assisted young women immigrants in the late 1800’s in New York City. Alma Mathews’ House on 12th Street in lower Manhattan still welcomes visitors who work to make the world a better place.
True story! An attorney’s tale of being hired by the Women’s Division to end segregation in schools and the publication of “States’ Laws on Race and Color.” This book was influential in Brown vs. the Board of Education which ended segregation.