United Women in Faith (UWF) in the National Response Magazine

 

About UWF

We seek to connect and nurture women through Christian spiritual formation, leadership development, creative fellowship and education so that they can inspire, influence and impact local and global communities.
 

Our Vision

We are a powerful, fearless force driven by God’s love and united in sisterhood. With a focus on women, children and youth, we act for justice and transform communities.

We face the realities we see in the world, even when they are not the ones we would like to see. However, our goal is not to bear witness simply to harms but also to God’s love by acting boldly to change those harms.
 

Our Action

Bold action, like faith, takes courage. Our bravery is inspired by God’s love and our powerful commitment to improve the lives of women, children and youth. United Women in Faith works for justice through compassionate service and advocacy to change unfair policies and systems that harm women, children and youth—from racial and gender injustice to economic inequality, climate issues and more.
 
 

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United Methodist Women (UMW) is now:
 
 
CONTACTS:
Co-coordinator Deb Redburn,
406-581-8463
 
Co-coordinator Kay Lansverk,
406-586-1354

Communications: Martha Hendricks, 406-579-4305 myhendricks@icloud.com

*UWF “Faith Talks” is a podcast which addresses many timely issues and provides an opportunity for education and spiritual growth. You will be inspired when you listen: https://uwfaith.org/resources/podcasts/

*UMW Reading Program: If you love to read, you are invited to check out the UMW section in the church library located in the Fireside Room. You will find a number of books that have been carefully selected and recommended by the UMW Reading Program. They are available to everyone.

*Miriam Ruth Circle, which focuses on discussions of spiritual growth along with supportive fellowship, meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 10am in the Friendship Room. The first meeting is Sept 15th. Contact Jan Arnot for information geojanarnot@gmail.com

*The Noon Luncheon Group, which focuses on programs regarding community service, missions and education, meets at noon on the 4th Thursday of the month at the Christus Collegium, 714 S. Eighth Ave. The first meeting on Thursday, Sept. 23rd will be a “bring your own lunch” followed by a program. For more information about Noon Luncheon Group contact Martha Hendricks at myhendricks@icloud.com

*The Inkspots Group meets to create greeting cards to be used by BUMC ministries. No experience is necessary and supplies are provided. Inkspots meets as schedules allow. Contact Martha Hendricks at myhendricks@icloud.com for information.

You many notice that there are currently no meetings in the evening. If you want to be involved with a group of women and are looking for a supportive fellowship that encourages spiritual growth and participation in the missions of the church, the leaders would be happy to help you form an evening group. We welcome you!