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United Methodist Women

S.C. United Methodist Women


Contact
Jane Jowers
2517 Jackson Square
Anderson, SC  29625
864-225-4515
charjowers@att.net


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News | Information


State UMW

Mission Echo Newsletter 2017MarchJune | September | December


Anderson District

Network News 2017 – March | June | September | December
Communicator: Cynthia Keesler | 864-260-9061adumwcc@aol.com


Charleston District

The Beacon 2017 – March | June | September | December
Communicator: Teresa Glover | 843-509-4552 | sametta87@gmail.com


Columbia District

Gleanings 2017 – March | June | September | December
Communicator: Rhonda & Sharee Washington | 803-749-1744rhondawashington@hotmail.com | shareewash@hotmail.com


Florence District

The Flame 2017 – September
Communicator: Alexan Green | 843-687-1300 | alexangreen98@gmail.com


Greenville District

Airwaves 2017 – March | June | December
Communicator: Anne-Marie Failor | 864-294-9755amnfailor@bellsouth.net


Greenwood District

News-A-Plenty 2017 – February | June | September
Communicator: Linda Kidd | 864-852-2407| kiddsintown@wctel.net


Hartsville District

For the Record 2017 –
Communicator: Annie McPhail | 843-383-8619


Marion District

The Tie 2017 – March | June | September
Communicator: 
Lynn Bowman | 843-506-0911lynnbowman630@yahoo.com


Orangeburg District

The Lantern 2017 – March | June | September
Communicator: Julie Kistler | 803-642-9683 | JulieK29@gmail.com


Rock Hill District

Informer 2017 – June
Communicator: Margaret Parker | 803-940-0969 | parker3384@comporium.net


Spartanburg District

The Spark 2017 –
Communicator: 
Carmen Wannamaker-Amos | wannamakeramos@msn.com


Walterboro District

Angelic Times 2017 – March | June
Communicator: Walda Letson | 843-505-5054walda831@gmail.com


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About United Methodist Women

United Methodist Women is an organization of approximately one million members whose purpose is to foster spiritual growth, develop leaders and advocate for justice.  Members raise nearly $25 million each year for programs and projects related to women, children and youth in the United States and in more than 100 countries around the world.  The Women’s Division is the national policy-making body of this group.

The Purpose of United Methodist Women

The organized unit of United Methodist Women shall be a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.

Mission Areas

The total program of United Methodist Women and the Women’s Division is mission. This includes individual growth, spiritual enrichment, education for mission, social issues awareness, leadership development, schools and workshops, and financial support for mission programs and projects throughout the U.S. and around the world. True to our Wesleyan heritage, mission cannot be solely charity, but involves empowerment and advocacy for social change. By combining the two, we can be witnesses to the love and life of Jesus Christ.

Additional Information can be found at:
umwmission.org

 

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