"He answered, 'I tell you, if these were silent, the stones would shout out.' "
The five-day event is over but the work has just begun. Visit this page often for updates, articles and resources as we advocate for Climate Justice, Maternal and Child Health, Mass Incarceration and Economic Inequality in the coming quadrennium.
Overworked and Undervalued: Women, Race and the Economy
National Seminar workshop on Economic Inequality from United for a Fair Economy
Charts and Diagrams
About 200 United Methodist Women members put feet on their prayers at “Interrupting Injdifference: Jesus, Justice and Joy.” We focused training on climate justice, economic injustice, mass incarceration, and maternal and child health.
United Methodist Women are organized - and READY - for action. A transformational education experience spurred spontaneous social action at National Seminar in Chicago.
List of the songs and where to find the sheet music.
Pre-recorded webinars for three of our 2016-2020 priority areas: Mass Incarceration, Maternal and Child Health, and Climate Justice.
Photos from National Seminar 2015
You and your United Methodist Women colleagues can continue to explore justice issues through the Seminar Program.
E-mail Chantilly Mers firstname.lastname@example.org
or Jay Godfrey email@example.com
Read about the economic justice team, the oppression plenary leader, the regional missionary and the worship team.
The National Seminar program included skill building workshops, plenary sessions on issue areas, worship, Bible study, and more.
These interactive workshops offered concrete tools and skills for taking National Seminar learning home and putting it into action locally.
Interactive tools and engagement provided interesting observations and experiences beyond the classroom setting. We experienced community empowerment through dialogue, tours and hands-on experience related to issues explored at National Seminar.