Latest News and Resources

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.
4/13/2021: Join our Faith Talks as we discuss the many forms of gun violence, how to keep our communities safe, and what women of faith can do. 
4/6/2021: The United Methodist Women Board of Directors gathered virtually for its spring 2021 meeting Saturday, March 27.
4/2/2021: There is a great banquet ahead of us. Read the reflection from Harriett Jane Olson for Easter.
3/31/2021: Is it possible that I also bury Jesus — under beautiful stone and flowers and stained glass, so lovely that I stop looking for the resurrected Christ?
3/29/2021: Attacks on Asian/Pacific Islanders will be the focus of the live recording of the Faith Talks podcast on Thursday, April 1.
3/26/2021: Two women, Sheku and Caulker, who trained for one year to develop cosmetology skills, are now able to support their families and their college education through their entrepreneurship.  
3/25/2021: Too many people want to skip the Passion of Christ. But there could be no Easter without Good Friday.
3/24/2021: United Methodist Women, the largest denominational organization for women, today joined gun violence prevention advocates in calling for immediate action on gun control, again.
3/23/2021: The United Methodist Women Program Advisory Group meets March 11-13, 2021.
3/23/2021: General Secretary and CEO Harriett Jane Olson addresses the United Methodist Women Program Advisory Group during its spring 2021 meeting.
3/23/2021: National President ‘Ainise 'Isama’u addresses the 2021 meeting of the United Methodist Women Program Advisory Group.
3/19/2021: A Kenyan family, especially a 13-year old, benefits when a mother of five receives the skills to open a small business, thanks to Operation Hope, a partner with United Methodist Women. During the pandemic, Operation Hope improves the lives and livelihoods of mothers living with HIV/AIDS.