Latest News and Resources

6/1/2020: United Methodist Women continues to grieve the extrajudicial killings of Black people in America and condemns the culture of White supremacy and the racism it nurtures.
5/19/2020: Guests include author Hannah Kardon, psychologist Dr. Trudy Rankin, and Kris Dam of Shessler Hall, a National Mission Institute for women with mental health challenges.
5/18/2020: Our six-month empowerment programs in skillful sewing training create sustainable livelihoods for those who are self-employed.
5/11/2020: United Methodist Women decries the February shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, Georgia, and laments that arrests in his killing were only made last week after a videotape of his final moments went viral.
5/8/2020: From sewing workshops, to story writing, to soap-making, the North Katanga Annual Conference Women’s Work Coordinator Honorine Mujing Mwaad is helping to make real positive change in her community.
5/6/2020: Join us on Thursday, May 7, at 2:00 p.m. ET as we discuss how and why incarcerated persons are at risk for the virus.
5/6/2020: The United Methodist Women-supported seminar examines connections between war and violence against women.
5/6/2020: What are United Methodist Women members called to do today, when the world has changed so much? 
5/6/2020: ¿Qué debe hacer hoy la membresía de Mujeres Metodistas Unidas cuando el mundo ha cambiado tanto?
5/6/2020: 모든 것이 엄청나게 변한 오늘날, 연합감리교회 여선교회 회원들은 어떤 부르심을 받았을까요?
5/5/2020: Women leaders from across the country gather at Leadership Development Days to ensure women’s voices are heard in The United Methodist Church.
5/5/2020: United Methodist Women members in Virginia partner with Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy to call on lawmakers to support paid leave and a living wage for all.
5/4/2020: In the Democratic Republic of Congo, a grant from United Methodist Women to make soap is especially effective during the COVID-19 health crisis.
5/4/2020: The United Methodist Women-supported Big Garden in Omaha has found a valuable way to serve during this health crisis.