Central United Women IN FAITH
“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.”
We believe love in action can change the world.
2022-2023 Program Book: Mosaic of Faith--We are All Part of God's Story
We are all part of God's story! The 2022-23 Program Resource shows how we can answer our calling today as women of passion committed to helping women, children, and youth.
The programs are grounded in Mark 8:27–30 as an invitation to reclaim and explore our identity as children of God and as a community of women of faith. The monthly Bible studies, reflections, program activities, and weekly activities to do on your own between each program will help guide us through the year as we look at who we are in Christ and what that means for how we live in community as United Women in Faith members called to action in local and global communities.
Registration Open for Mission U Event 2022 (July 29-30, 2022)
The “MISSION u” Event is a 2-day retreat open to Men, Women, Youth and Children (ages 5 and up) to study current issues impacting our communities and society. Come and share this time of prayer, study and fellowship with others from around the conference. This event is especially designed for all those from around the North Georgia Conference who want to deepen their understanding and passion for missions.
The PLENARY will take place online, July 12, for virtual and in-person attendees.
MISSION u 2022 STUDY
Luke 13: A Transformative Biblical Curriculum for Adults, Youth and Children
In 2022, all three curricula (adults, youth, children) will be on the topic of Luke 13.
Beginning in 2022, we will introduce a new model of Mission u curricula. Instead of creating separate studies that examine spiritual growth, justice, and national and global social issues, we are integrating these commitments into one curriculum. This means there will be one curriculum for adults, one for youth and one for children.
CENTRAL'S UNITED WOMEN IN FAITH ATTEND ASSEMBLY 2022
Assembly 2022 was held in Orlando, FL May 20-22, 2022.
Central UWF were present to "Turn It U'!" at Assembly 2022. Min. Julie Gordon, chair of Spiritual Growth, created a presentation chronicling the events and activities of the entire three-day experience.
Click on the link below and see what it was like to TURN IT UP!
Central's UWF officers attending UWF's Assembly 2022 (left to right): Min. Julie Gordon (Central UWF Spiritual Growth); Edith Hollis (Central UWF Pres.); Yvonne Conway (Central UWF Vice Pres.); Jackie Sykes (Central UWF Social Actions)
UMW Office of racial justice sponsors "roll down, justice!" a lenten study
The Office of Racial Justice invites you to join the UMW for a Lenten Study led by Janelle Gayle and Faye Wilson.
Each Thursday during Lent 2022
1pm-2pm Eastern; 12-1pm Central; 11-12pm Mountains; 10-11am Pacific
Click on the link below for information on the study, the presenters and how to register.
Hygiene Kits for central's monday morning ministry
UMW continues to expand concepts of mission through our participation in the global ministries of the church and now in our unique surrounding communities. Beginning in April, we joined with the Monday Morning Ministry to provide hygiene kits for our unhoused neighbors on a continuous basis.
Kits should include:
- face towel
- hand sanitizer
- one-gallon "ziplock" bag.
Other items may be added, but all must be able to fit in the one-gallon bag. Please specify on the outside of the kit "Men" or "Women."
The kits may be dropped off at the church during operational hours or by contacting Julie Gordon for additional drop off times.
All support is welcomed in the Kingdom of God! Please join us in donating kits.
Meet the Executive Committee
Central UWF Meetings Calendar
President - Edith Hollis
Vice President - Yvonne Conway
Secretary - Valeria Clark
Assistant Secretary - Bonita Swain
Treasurer - Sherole Thrash
Spiritual Growth - Julie Gordon
Resource Secretary - Deborah Love
Membership, Nurture and Outreach - Barbara Hubbard
Social Actions - Jackie Sykes
Nominations - Phyllis Burse
Education & Interperation - TBD
Communications - Pamela Perkins Carn
UWF advocacy opportunities
Foreverfamily – Helping Children of Incarcerated Parents
Nearly six million kids in America have experienced losing a parent to prison or jail at some point in their lives. Foreverfamily works to ensure that, no matter what the circumstances, all children have the opportunity to be surrounded by the love of family.
Our organization focuses on providing services to children with incarcerated parents and their families. After 30 years, we are more committed than ever to our mission. We anxiously anticipate strengthening our relationships in the community to serve our children and families in new, innovative ways in 2020 and beyond. [Learn more]
Tell Your Representative: Take Federal Action to Help End School Pushout!
Show your support for the federal Ending PUSHOUT Act! As United Women in Faith members and friends, we are called to do all we can to interrupt the school-to-prison pipeline. Children of color, especially, are far too often targets of broken and biased systems. We know that racial disparities are rampant, with Black girls about six times as likely to be suspended as white girls. [Learn more]