United Methodist Women
Led By: Donna Turner
Contact Phone: 352-787-1829
UNITED METHODIST WOMEN 2017 OFFICERS:
Donna Turner - President
Gail Burgess - Vice President
Judy Woodling - Secretary
Pam Cahill - Treasurer
Becky Witherby - Co-Treasurer
Sharon Milley & Becky Hanna - Membership
Click here for the complete list of 2019 UMW Officers.
Circle of Eve - Meets from 7-8:30 pm on the 3rd Tuesday of each month in members' homes. The Circle of Eve supports the Community Christian School and conducts the church-wide Undies Sunday project.
Circle Leader: Susan Walters (352-502-9184)
Circle of Friends - Meets at 9:30 am on the 3rd Wednesday of each month in members' homes. The Circle of Friends makes the bookmarks for the First-Time Visitors to Community UMC and supports the Florida UM Children's Home by adopting a different cottage each month and providing requested item.
Circle Leaders: Sandy Dahl (610-222-9228) and Rae Hellmig (352-430-1563)
Rebekah Circle - Meets at 9:30 am on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in the Fellowship Hall. Rebekah Circle has speakers from various missions projects, followed by a response; fills Valentine mugs with candy for the Homebound; and buys and fills backpacks for need children at Fruitland Park Elementary School.
Circle Leader: Judy Withers (352-245-3624)
Sarah Circle - Meets at 10:00 am on the 3rd Thursday of each month in members' homes. Sarah Circle supports Haven House, Leesburg, a shelter for victims of domestic abuse and their children, by filling purses with needed personal items. Circle Leader: Lois Borlase (352-571-4026)
United Methodist Women
The Unit (all the Circle members meeting together) usually meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 9:30 am in the Fellowship Hall to conduct the business of the group, to have programs on different missions projects, to grow spiritually, and to enjoy fellowship. The May and December Unit Meetings are held on the 1st Saturday of that month, so our members who work outside the home are able to attend. Our two major fundraisers are a Ladies' Tea in the Spring and an Auction for Missions in the Fall.
The beginning of United Methodist Women goes back to 1869 in Boston when we were known as the Women's Foreign Missionary Society, but here at Community UMC, we trace our roots back to 1915. Since that beginning in Boston years ago, our name has changed several times, but our heritage of service to others (especially to women, children, and youth) continues and is constantly expanding.
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