Bright Lights (June 2014)

Volunteers Launch Turnover Rummage Sale
United Methodist Women in Maplewood, N.J., continue 81-year tradition of hosting a community rummage sale.

Antiques, Artisans and Pies: Skaneateles United Methodist Church Prepares for 55th Annual Show
United Methodist Women in Skaneateles, N.Y., host 55th annual antique and artisans sale, where their pies are the star of the show.

Something for Everyone
United Methodist Women in Port Clinton, Ohio, host Fabulous Flea Market, Artist and Crafter’s Show.

Williamston Church Quilters Pay Tribute to Veterans
The United Methodist Women quilting group at Willamston United Methodist Church in Williamston, Mich., make patriotic quilts for veterans.

Kruer Speaks on Human Trafficking Aid Efforts
Helena Kruer, president of the Frankfort District United Methodist Women in Kentucky, spoke about Assembly 2014 and on “Understanding Human Trafficking: From Awareness to Action” at district event.

Salad Bar Luncheon
United Methodist Women at First United Methodist Church in Kaufman, Texas, hold their annual salad bar lunch to raise money for mission.



About Tara Barnes

editor of response, the magazine of United Methodist Women.
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