Latest News and Resources

1/14/2022: As we switch to a new vendor, we will not be able to offer our Annual Sampler at this time. But as always, the Prayer Guide, Program Resource and much more are available on our e-store.
1/13/2022: Join the Just Energy for All monthly webinar on Jan.19 from 3-4:30 p.m. ET for Women on the Move: Equity & Climate Justice in Public Transit.
1/3/2022: North Georgia and South Georgia United Methodist Women team up for a statewide Just Energy for All campaign.
1/3/2022: Wesley Community and Health Centers in Phoenix offers health and wholeness to its changing communities.
1/3/2022: As we enter into a General Conference year, learn more about what’s happening in The United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women’s plans for a bright future.
1/3/2022: Members of United Methodist Women are called to be leaders at this time in our church.
1/3/2022: La membresía de Mujeres Metodistas Unidas estamos llamadas a ser líderes en nuestra iglesia en este momento.
1/3/2022: 연합감리교회 여선교회 회원들은 이 시기에 우리 교회의 리더로 부르심을 받았습니다.
12/29/2021: Joy brings balance to the hard times life inevitably hands us. Read the New Year's reflection from Deaconess Mandy Caruso-Yahne.
12/22/2021: “Perhaps like the shepherds, we need to be willing to get up and move in a direction.” Read the Christmas reflection from United Methodist Women General Secretary Harriett Jane Olson.
12/20/2021: Ms. Marshall spearheaded United Methodist Women’s 150th Anniversary Legacy Fund Campaign and oversaw the organization’s planned giving outreach.
12/17/2021: "The person who calls you blessed when you least expect it, that person is your Elizabeth." Read the reflection from home missioner John Jessup Peterson.
12/8/2021: Advent is a time for waiting and preparation for the coming of Jesus, and for remembering the real meaning of Christmas. Read the reflection from Deaconess Effie McGill.
12/6/2021: Join the conversation Wednesday, December 8, 4-5 p.m. ET with Earthworks’ Lauren Pagel and UMW board members Daryl Junes-Joe and Cynthia Rives.
12/5/2021: I lost my mother when I was four years old. and I grew up with my father and brothers. While my friends were playing, I was home cooking, cleaning and studying. I became an adult while I was a child.