Tag Archives: Assembly 2014

From the President (June 2015)

Another Chance to Bless Anyone who knows me will agree I love to shop at Christian bookstores. I will walk in with one thing on my mind and hours later come out with bags full of purchases. “Where’s the blessing in that?” you ask. … Continue reading

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This Is Beecher Terrace

At Assembly 2014, thousands of United Methodist Women members marched in solidarity with the Louisville, Ky., community to call for economic  justice. In Louisville, like in many cities and towns throughout the United States, the line that divides the haves and … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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From the President (February 2014)

Faith, Hope and Love for the World Jesus loves the little children All the children of the world! Red and yellow, brown, black or white All are precious in God’s sight Jesus loves the children of the world! We sing … Continue reading

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NEW: United Methodist Women Carbon Fund

Attending Assembly? Thinking about the carbon footprint you’ll leave getting there? When you register for Assembly 2104, consider giving to the United Methodist Women Carbon Fund! You’ll find this option on the Assembly registration page. Proceeds will finance projects that permanently … Continue reading

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