3/27/2017: A leadership-training program organized by the Student Christian Movement-USA and the World Student Christian Federation-North America, encourages young adults to “reflect theologically and biblically as well as social-politically” and to foster ecumenical dialogue in their own regions.
3/24/2017: As we read the scripture, we see how God's great and wonderful story is playing out with his selection of David as the next king to succeed King Saul.
3/24/2017: Delegates from around the world meet at our CSW61 side event to network and learn new strategies for working towards women’s equality, security and more.
3/21/2017: Harriett Jane Olson was among panelists on the Women’s Peace Dialogue Platform, part of the 61st Session of the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women.
3/17/2017: In this Lenten season of renewal, we ask for God’s help directly and through others as we head toward Resurrection Sunday.
3/16/2017: Rev. Boissière is the chaplain at United Methodist Women's Church Center for the United Nations.
3/10/2017: As we travel the road to the cross with Jesus during the season of Lent, let us think about the amazing gift God has given us in his son, Jesus Christ.
3/10/2017: The 2016-2020 United Methodist Women Program Advisory Group gathered for its first annual meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. The days together centered on speaking out for compassion: transforming the context of hate.
3/9/2017: Read bios of the 22 women from around the world working with United Methodist Women at this annual United Nations Event
3/9/2017: The United Methodist Women Board of Directors gathered March 4-5 for its semiannual spring meeting. Directors received the treasurer's report, an investment report from Wespath, and reports from the committees on governance, finance and planning and assessment. The board also approved grants, scholarships and sale of property.
3/8/2017: During a recent United Methodist Women’s Program Advisory Group meeting, members gave some very thoughtful answers to the question of what it means to be a part of United Methodist Women.
3/2/2017: The Holy Spirit creates radical transformation and the church becomes a visible alternative to empire, defying injustice. This is NOT a spirit that makes life easier, solves all our problems or provides wealth and prosperity. It creates a community marked by radical equality and a manna economy in which everyone has enough.
3/2/2017: Using Psalm 32, I cry out and I rejoice in God’s love through God's sacrifice of God's own Son.
3/1/2017: Convertir la fe, la esperanza y el amor en acción" no siempre ha estado en el sitio web de Mujeres Metodistas Unidas, pero es lo que siempre hemos hecho.
3/1/2017: United Methodist Women members serve. When we see a need that affects women, children and youth we respond with the persons affected and with others who are already at work.