are how we connect in small groups with shared interests.
United Methodist Women put faith, hope and love into action as a supportive, inclusive community who strives to improve the lives of women, children and youth locally and around the globe. Come join us in building communities of strong women! For more information, contact our UMW President, Lynda Shillito at her email.
Strangers No More
Strangers No More is a combination of Jewish and Christian women from around Kansas City getting to know one another as women of strong yet differing faiths. They meet for coffee to enjoy lively conversation about almost anything (except politics). There is usually a conversation-starter to help get to know one another. Pick up a cup of coffee on the way – you are welcome anytime! More information
Ministry to Incarcerated Families
Learn about the L.E.A.D (Ladies Empowered And Driven) at Topeka Correctional Facility, click the video presentation, and consider helping families impacted by incarceration. Volunteer to serve as subject matter experts, to support family retreats, or to donate necessary supplies to help bring healing and hope to children.
Dynamic, energetic group with a variety of personalities, with 40 or 50 women in smaller table groups to connect.
Find fellowship and grow in relationship with God, with 40 or 50 women in smaller table groups at each meeting.
Smaller community, with 10-12 women at each meeting to develop friendships.
Reading list posted online with some books from the UMW Reading Program. Explore current issues and broaden your understanding of mission work in the world.
Fellowship and devotion, deeply involved in the missions of Resurrection West in Olathe.
Make quilts for those in need, quarterly potluck with pastors receiving quilts for ministry use, annual overnight retreats.