who finds meaning in her church, and is drawn to its fellowship,
whose life is packed full of activity and obligations,
who struggles with loneliness or a sense of failure,
who juggles jobs and family, and tries to be faithful to both,
who wants to combine classroom study
with significant fellowship and outreach opportunities,
who seems overburdened with the 
traditional woman’s role of care giver,
who feels she has gifts which are wasted or underdeveloped,
who wants to be accepted for who she is,
who needs a supportive community to affirm 
her own sense of purpose and commitment to God . . .— To the Women

We invite you to membership in United Methodist Women.

Our church sponsors a very active United Methodist Women’s Fellowship program with four circles made up of women of all ages, meeting at various times and places. Each circle meets once a month, using a variety of programs of study. Large group meetings and luncheons are held throughout the year. As an ongoing service to the church, the UMW raises money for the local church and mission with activities such as the annual Harvestique Dinner, biannual Garage Sales, and a Spring Plant Sale. Call the church office for more information on circles and meeting times.

These 2017 UMW books are shelved and ready to be checked out of the library:

“Love Casts Out Fear” (Education for Mission)
“Extraordinary Grace” (Spiritual Growth)
“Sally Ride” (Leadership Development),
“Americanah” (Social Action)
“I’ll  Be Right There” (Nurturing for Community)

Several other books have been checked out for a few months (good news!), but please remember to return them as soon as you have finished reading them. – Betsy Meikle