The organized unit of United Methodist Women
Shall be a community of women whose PURPOSE is to know God
And to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ;
To develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission
Through participation in the global ministries of the church.
General Meeting – First Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. at the church. (We will not have General Meetings in the summer)
Noon Circle – Third Thursdays at noon at the church.
UMW Sponsored Book Club
The group meets on the 3rd Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Commons area.
April: Just Mercy
May: The Weight of Mercy
June: The Slocum Massacre
October: The Undertaker’s Wife*
September: We Wait You*
August: Outcasts United *
July: Praying for Strangers *
June: Closing the Food Gap *
May: Here If You Need Me *
April: I am Hutterite *
March: The Mysterious Stranger
February: Half The Sky *
January: The Noticer *
April 26: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks —Rebecca Sloot *
May 24: In the Sancturary of the Outcasts – Neil White
June 28: Walk in a Relaxed Manner – Joyce Rupp *
July 24: The Latehomecomer – by Kao Kalia Yang *
August 21: Beaded Hope — Cathy Liggett *
September 25: Zeitoun – Dave Eggers
October 23: Strangers and Neighbors –Maria Poggi Johnson
November: Enrique’s Journey *
These are great books to read the starred ones are on the UMW Reading List. You may want to read even if you don’t want to join the reading group. Come join us and share in the discussion.
News story about our part in the Linus Project Blankets
District and Conference Meetings and Events
Legislative Event —
Local officer training —
Conference Spiritual Growth —
District Spring Meeting
Annual Conference in Houston —
School of Christian Mission —
Conference Fall Meeting —
Northwest District Fall Meeting —
- Knitting or crocheting Prayer Shawls. Patterns and information is available.
- Project Linus — we are making blankets for children who are ill or abuse. Join the project and bring the blankets to the Library Classroom and they’ll be taken to Project Linus in Tyler for processing. We have completed hundreds of blankets so far (thanks to Diana Woyt).
- Pillowcase Dresses and little boy shorts– These will go to Kenya or Haiti
- Kits for Sager Brown. This year we are doing School Kits.
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