10/18/2016: Photos were recently discovered in a storage closet; they tell the story of the "hundreds of amazing women who have served alongside our staff and prayed for our kids for the last 121 years."
10/18/2016: This weekend we celebrate the 25th Annual Children’s Sabbath as a way to renew our commitment to care for, protect and advocate for all children.
10/15/2016: “The climate is changing. Food and agriculture must, too.” This is the theme of World Food Day 2016, which stresses the direct impact of climate change on global food and agriculture systems.
10/14/2016: United Methodist Women supports technology training for women and girls around the world and in the U.S.
10/12/2016: "Find your voice and use it, even if it shakes a little," said incoming president Shannon Priddy. "We are advocates for women, youth and children around the world."
10/11/2016: Finda Quiwa, regional missionary, and Carol Van Gorp, executive secretary for International Ministries, joined other leaders to discuss how technology policy can further the rights and interests of women in Africa, and how to close the growing gender digital divide.
10/9/2016: Founder and executive director of the Bangladesh Centre for Worker Solidarity earned Human Rights Watch's Alison Des Forges Award.
10/7/2016: As Hurricane Matthew makes its way up the East Coast in the U.S., it has left terrible destruction in its wake, with Haiti especially hard hit. Learn how you can help.
10/4/2016: "Mission u has truly been a refreshingly different take on what missions means." Justin Hanvey went to his first Mission u with questions; he writes he got "a few answers, but also more and better questions than what I came in with, and I'm thankful for that."
10/2/2016: During the month of October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, United Methodist Women is raising consciousness of the role guns play in violence against women.
10/1/2016: In our secular society it is hard to grasp that in lands colonized by Europe (North, Central and South America, Africa, parts of Asia, Australia and New Zealand), the land-tenure system is based on a religious doctrine.
10/1/2016: The Interfaith Welcome Coalition works closely with the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES), which provides pro bono legal assistance to refugees and migrants arriving at the U.S. border.
10/1/2016: We open ourselves to be challenged and changed by what we hear. While we bring many gifts to the positions we hold and the responsibilities we carry, we don't believe that we know it all.
10/1/2016: Nos abrimos a ser desafiadas y a cambiar según lo que oímos. Al mismo tiempo que aportamos nuestros dones a las posiciones y responsabilidades que tenemos, no creemos que lo sabemos todo.
10/1/2016: More than 100 United Methodist Women members and friends from all over the New York metropolitan region flocked to the Vanderveer Park United Methodist Church in Brooklyn, New York, in spring 2016.