United Methodist Women 101: History and Future on Behalf of Women, Children and Youth
Interactive learning about United Methodist Women's history and our role today in mission globally and here at home so that we can more effectively share how and what our Mission Giving supports in our mission work on behalf of women, children and youth.
Charting a New Course: Letting Younger Women Lead
Young women are ready and willing to step into leadership in United Methodist Women! Young women are asking for mentoring, nurturing and support as they take on leadership roles.
Creating Culturally Diverse Worship
The diversity of Christian worship is as vast as the diversity of countries and cultures where Christ's followers live, serve and worship.
Creating Inclusive Congregations
We have heard that “Sunday is the most segregated hour in America,” and this is too often the case in our congregations.
Messaging New Ways of Leadership
How can we create places of belonging for all types of leaders?
Taking Leadership at General Conference
Women of the church have a critical role to play in leadership at General Conference 2016.
Tenure Done, More to Give
You are a seasoned United Methodist Women leader with years of experience at the local, district and conference level as an elected leader. Now your tenure is done, but you have skills, knowledge and leadership to offer.
Transferring Your Skills Into United Methodist Women and Community
In organizing meetings, events and advocacy opportunities, United Methodist Women members already have skills they could potentially take out into the public sphere.
What Makes a Great Spiritual Growth Retreat?
Designing retreats that offer an experience of how to feed ourselves so that our souls can catch up with the rest of our being is the business of our lives.
Sexuality, Self-image, Self-love: How Congregations Can Affirm Healthy Sexuality for Young Women
Identify key concepts related to healthy identity for young women, explore ways the language we use, the experiences we provide in congregational life, and the examples we lift up help or harm identity.
Sexuality, Self-image, Self-love: For Ages 18-25
As young women, when we look into a mirror, what do we see? We do believe that we are “fearfully and wonderfully made” a part of God’s good creation.
Linking Service With Justice Advocacy in Your Community
Link your mission service with advocacy that works toward just resolutions.
National Mission Institutions Link Service and Advocacy
United Methodist Women-related National Mission Institutions provide direct service to communities, and many also engage in action for justice.
Young Women's Access to Education Globally
Around the world girls face every challenge-from poverty to acts of violence against them- that prevent access to education at all levels.
Building Multicultural Congregational Partnerships-The Role of United Methodist Women
Our church buildings may share space among an Anglo congregation, a Korean congregation, a Tongan or Hispanic congregation, but how often do these congregations come together as one body of Christ to worship and serve the community together?
Communicating Across Generations
Understand the barriers to women under 40 within United Methodist Women as well as barriers around race, economic status and language.
Using United Methodist Women Resources in Programming
Program Book, Prayer Calendar, response magazine, Reading Program-with so many options for program planning within United Methodist Women, how can you make it effective and fun?