Latest News and Resources

3/3/2021: United Methodist Women-supported Methodist Women’s Federation in Bolivia helps give women the skills for financial self-sufficiency. 
3/1/2021: Join host Jennifer R. Farmer as she interviews United Methodist Women National Board leaders and profiles them for Women’s History Month. 
2/25/2021: I was once told that a person’s name is the sweetest word for that person. Read the reflection for the Second Sunday in Lent.
2/22/2021: Join our next live recording of the Faith Talks podcast on Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. ET focusing on Lent in the midst of COVID.
2/18/2021: There came a point in my life when I noticed a feeling that something was not right. The growing nagging led me to a meditation center for a ten-day silent retreat.
2/15/2021: As we ask ourselves how the meaning of Lent feels different this year, we hear the calling of God. Read the reflection for Ash Wednesday.
2/8/2021: Host Jennifer Farmer speaks with Darryl W. Stephens, author of Bearing Witness in the Kin-dom, the Rev. Khristi Lauren Adams, author of Parable of the Brown Girl, and United Methodist Women’s Emily Jones.
2/5/2021: Called upon to spread hope and love amidst difficult times, the Methodist Church of Peru launched the Bread of Hope campaign, distributing seven-day food bags for 600 families in six districts. 
2/5/2021: Black, Indigenous, and People of Color in the Midwest and Southeast who are 18-26 years old are invited to apply the Faithful Climate Action Fellowship. Or you can nominate someone to participate!
2/2/2021: As the U.S. organizes the Climate Leaders’ Summit on April 22, it must continue to drastically increase U.S. commitments around emissions reductions. Read the statement from Elizabeth Lee.
1/29/2021: Join the hearing where United Methodist Women members and others will be sharing their testimonies in support of transit equity. Share your own story!
1/25/2021: Join Faith Talks host Jennifer Farmer as she discusses her new book, First and Only: A Black Woman’s Guide to Thriving at Work and in Life, with United Methodist Women’s Emily Jones.
1/22/2021: One of four recent projects to receive an economic development grant from United Methodist Women, a piggery in the Kono district in Sierra Leone is expanding.
1/12/2021: This quadrennium, United Methodist Women will focus on climate justice and the criminalization of communities of color.
1/12/2021: The Legacy Endowment Fund helps United Methodist Women put faith into action far into the future.