ZION UNITED METHODIST WOMEN

United Methodist Women’s News

            

    Our U.M.W. year is coming to a close with our Summer break on the horizon. With this past year being different in many restrictions, we appreciate those who were able to support us and attend our meetings and activities.  Hopefully when we start up again in the fall, life will be.

more normal and more of you will be able to attend.

    Our unit will have a meeting on Wednesday, May 5th at 2 PM. The speaker will be Cynthia Smith of Agape who will tell us about the work they do.  ALL WOMEN are invited; bring a friend.

     Our last event will be our picnic at the home of Sandy Sandoe on Tuesday. June 8th at 

6 PM. Bring a dish to share. Come and enjoy the food, fellowship, and fun. 

 

NEEDED: Our unit is going to make sleeping mats for the homeless out of plastic bags. Please bring your plastic bags from grocery stores, like Walmart, Target, etc. Put them in the container under the coat rack in the

back hallway at the church.

                                                                                                              Louise Gettle, President

                                                                                                        Zion United Methodist Women


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Our purpose is —

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.


Our focus is —

on women, children and youth.


Our local is —

small but mighty. We support local, national and worldwide missions through our offerings, fund raising projects and a district pledge.


Some of our local missions include:


You can read more about all the work of the UMW in the Response Magazine found in the right side of the church library. Also, check out all the UMW books in the same section.


We also have a reading program. For more information talk to Joy Nesbitt, our librarian.



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