Latest News and Resources

6/10/2021: Visit our special website for all things Assembly.
6/3/2021: United Methodist Women is transitioning to a new fulfillment center. Orders received after June 11 will be shipped July 2.
5/31/2021: Join Faith Talks on June 3 at 2 p.m. ET as host Jennifer Farmer interviews some of the writers and planners of the 2021 Spiritual Growth Studies being offered at Mission u events this year. 
5/27/2021: During a proclamation presentation on May 14, Blount County Mayor Ed Mitchell stood on the Blount County Courthouse steps to recognize the efforts for racial equality by United Methodist Women of the Holston Conference. Read the story at thedailytimes.com
5/19/2021: United Methodist Women Director of Public Relations and Marketing Yvette Moore today noted that the organization “grieves for the continued loss of life and opportunities for just peace in Israel and the still Occupied Territories."
5/17/2021: Giving to denomination-wide ministries has become more variable. United Methodist Women and UMCOR are among those raising and distributing funds to bolster COVID-19 and healthcare efforts.
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.