UNITED METHODIST WOMEN

THE ELIZABETH FRANKLIN CIRCLE

The Elizabeth Franklin Circle of Green Meadow United Methodist Women meets at 6 p.m. on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, with the exception of October when UMW leads worship (Note: COVID-19 now has the group meeting via ZOOM. See the Program schedule below.) During the meeting, the  programs offer opportunities to experience hands-on mission projects with others as well as chances to learn, think, live, and give more deeply and joyfully in the "Kin-dom" of God. President: Glenda Eastridge | Vice President: Carol Green | Secretary/Treasurer:  Susan Daffron |Nominations: Elizabeth Franklin

UMW PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Knitted Together for God’s Good Work 

Meetings are held at 6 p.m. the third Monday of the month on Ginny West Case’s ZOOM Channel.

 

  • January 18: Planning together

  • February 15: Call to Prayer; Program written by Regionial Missionary Grace Musuka

  • March 15: Persistence in Mission: 150 Legacy Fund; Nancy Hobbs, Church & Community Worker

  • April 19: Unbound to Share Good News (Regional Missionaries); Gun Moon Residence Hall, San Francisco

  • May 17: Knit Together Against Against Violence  (racism); the Rev. Leah Burns  

  • June 21: Learning in Community (Mission U)

  • July 19: Creation Care, Jennifer Alldredge: Interfaith Power & Light

  • August 16: Advocacy for Fair-Wage Practices; Personal stories of advocacy for immigrants

  • September 20: Persistence in Mission: 150 Legacy Fund; Brooks-Howell Home, Asheville (owned by UMW); Barbara E. Campbell, former Women’s Division staff 

  • October 17: UMW Sunday; New Hope Children’s Advocacy Center; Tabitha Damron, director

  • November 15: World Thank Offering

  • December 20: Pledge Service

A Reconciling Community

The Elizabeth Franklin Circle of Green Meadow United Methodist Women is a Reconciling Community and promotes inclusion of ALL in full membership and participation of the United Methodist Church. We welcome and celebrate people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions, races, ethnicity, age, economic status, and immigration status.