Women's Ministry

On January 24, 2016, Anna Feagin and Rebekah Saveland were presented with the UMW Special Mission Recognition Award for their enthusiasticsupport of missions - both local and international.  They are truly  examples of loving service to God and others.  Presenting the awards were Jada Gore and Bebe Chapman.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



In the fall of 2014, Pat Huff was honored by the Mary Anne McCulloch Circle for her inspirational leadership and service to the circle.  On behalf of the circle members, Anna Feagin presented Pat with a gold pen and a lifetime membership in UMW.

 

 

 

 

 

The Purpose of United Methodist Women

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.

Mission Areas

The total program of United Methodist Women and the Women’s Division is mission. This includes individual growth, spiritual enrichment, education for mission, social issues awareness, leadership development, schools and workshops, and financial support for mission programs and projects throughout the U.S. and around the world. True to our Wesleyan heritage, mission cannot be solely charity, but involves empowerment and advocacy for social change. By combining the two, we can be witnesses to the love and life of Jesus Christ.

  • PLEDGE TO MISSION - Pledge to Mission giving is the foundation for mission work through United Methodist Women. An individual Pledge to Mission is the amount each member decides is her share of the local unit’s total budget.
  • SPECIAL MISSION RECOGNITION - A Special Mission Recognition is an undesignated gift for mission work that honors the recipient. Special Mission Recognitions may be given by any individual, or circle, or unit, in honor of any person, female or male. It is not necessary that the recipient be a member of United Methodist Women. There are several categories of Special Mission Recognitions, each representing a different amount of money for mission. The basic $40 Special Mission Recognition is a small gold oval lapel pin with a cross and a white certificate. The other categories are $60 (set with small sapphire), $100 (pearl), $200 (emerald), $500 (ruby), $1,000 (diamond), and $2,000 (double diamond).
  • GIFT TO MISSION - A Gift to Mission is a way to honor someone with an undesignated gift in her or his name of at least $5.00. There are eight different Gift to Mission cards: Thank You, Congratulations, Thinking of You, A Special Day, A Baby, Happy Birthday, Peace, and In the Service of Christ. And, there are five special Christmas card designs. Each card has a message indicating that a gift to mission through United Methodist Women has been made in the recipient’s honor.
  • GIFT IN MEMORY - A Gift in Memory honors the memory of a much-loved family member or friend by making possible additional mission work in the United States and around the world. Gift in Memory cards represent a gift of a minimum of $5.00. The cards can be obtained for free, so that they are readily available when needed. The person making the gift sends the card to the family of the deceased person, and then sends their gift money to the local UMW treasurer along with the tear-off stub indicating the name of the deceased person.
  • WORLD THANK OFFERING - The World Thank Offering is an opportunity for individuals to respond to God’s abundance and grace with spontaneous gifts of gratitude. Individuals or families collect such gifts in special boxes or labeled containers. Gifts are usually brought together in the unit once a year.

 

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