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5/14/2021: Surviving a hurricane, many people in an indigenous community received support through United Methodist Women-supported Acción Médica Cristiana. 
5/5/2021: Take part in an hour of insightful conversation about women leaders from Africa and Latin America.
5/4/2021: As the COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end, it is a good time to reflect on what we have learned over the past 15 months.
5/3/2021: En el primer capítulo de Segunda de Timoteo, Pablo le recuerda a Timoteo sus razones para creer, la profundidad de la relación entre ellos y el legado de fe que recibió de su madre y su abuela.
5/3/2021: Belief is not purely a matter of the will. Belief is action — belief is a matter of the heart as well as the mind.
5/3/2021: Deaconess Katelin Hansen offers creative direction at United Methodist Church and Community Development for All People.
5/3/2021: United Methodist Women-supported national mission institutions 
bend with challenges but do not break, remaining reliable sources 
of help and hope for their communities.
5/3/2021: United Methodist Women Mission u events move online 
in 2020 to help participants prepare for faithful living and find peace 
and community in the midst of a pandemic.
4/28/2021: Following President Joe Biden’s virtual climate summit, several members of United Methodist Women expressed their hopes for an equitable transition to renewable energy. 
4/26/2021: The Faith Talks on gun violence have been rescheduled for Thursday, April 29, at 2:00 p.m. ET.
4/22/2021: In the first net-zero commitment of its kind, United Methodist Women, along with other agencies of The United Methodist Church, today released a joint statement, “Our Climate Commitment to Net-Zero Emissions.”
4/21/2021: Join this month's session on April 21 at 3 p.m. ET to learn about the direct impact biomass facilities are having on Black communities, the specifics of biomass, and how to advance a just energy future. 
4/20/2021: The nation’s largest denominational organization for women urged nationwide change in the culture of policing to keep communities safe.
4/16/2021: The killing of unarmed Daunte Wright by a Minnesota police officer during a misdemeanor traffic stop is the latest in a too-long list of extrajudicial killings of Black people.
4/6/2021: The United Methodist Women Board of Directors gathered virtually for its spring 2021 meeting Saturday, March 27.