Bright Lights (March 2018)


Cross Lanes United Methodist Church ministry aids drug-addicted babies
United Methodist Women at Cross Lanes United Methodist Church in Cross Lanes, West Virginia, support “Soothe & Glow” program to provide musical comfort to babies born addicted to drugs.

A growing symbol of gratitude: Woman receives oak tree honor for service to community
Local United Methodist Women president Ilene Miller honored in Temple, Texas.

Mrs. Sarah P. Robinson Celebrates 100th Birthday
United Methodist Women member Sarah Robinson in Savannah, Georgia, turns 100.

Letter to the Editor-United Methodist Women advocate for climate justice legislation
Missouri Conference United Methodist Women encourage Missouri lawmakers to enable new models that make affordable, local community solar energy an option for building energy independence and resiliency.

Forrest Burdette UMC’s candy egg factory
United Methodist Women at Forrest Burdette Memorial United Methodist Church in Hurricane, West Virginia, made 3,600 candy Easter eggs for church’s spring festival.

Shoes for Students collection already starting at St. Matthew UMC
United Methodist Women at St. Matthew United Methodist Church in Weston, West Virginia, collect shoes for students in need.

Elegant Clutter sale features upscale items
United Methodist Women at Elmont United Methodist Church in Elmont, Kansas, hold upscale good sale for mission.

Giving Back: Cunningham Children’s Home Festival of Quilts
Local United Methodist Women make quilts for United Methodist Women-supported Cunningham Children’s Home in Champaign, Illinois.

United Methodist Women plan annual rummage sale
United Methodist Women of the Lehman-Idetown United Methodist Church in Lehman, Pennsylvania, to host rummage sale fundraiser for mission.

Hoover police hold forum on human trafficking
United Methodist Women at Bluff Park United Methodist Church in Hoover, Alabama, host human trafficking education event.

United Methodist Women celebrate spring
United Methodist Women at Harpersville United Methodist Church in Harpersville, Alabama, host spring luncheon.

Serving others strengthens Anderson’s faith
United Methodist Women member Anita Anderson in Monmouth, Iowa, puts faith, hope and love into action.

About Tara Barnes

editor of response, the magazine of United Methodist Women.
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