Broadway's United Methodist Women
Celebrating the local community
and world missions with study and service
in great joy and connection!
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While serving others....we celebrate our lives ! Join us!
The U.M.W. "Sonshiners"
* Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus self-isolation and quarantine in effect in-person meetings are postponed
The UMW Sonshiners meet on the 2nd Monday, February, May, August, and November
at various homes. We gather to study,
ways to learn God’s will for us
through studying and contributing to
local and global missions.
For more information contact Carolyn Dixon:
RECENT EVENTS Service & Celebrating Relationships
Broadway U.M.W. Mission Study on Poverty was held in Criswell Hall
Broadway U.M.W. raised $2,204 for the Samaritan Village
in Orlando from proceeds from the Silent Auction, Bingo and
delicious barbecued pork with rosemary held in August.
We presented Dione Coleman, Executive Director,
the love offering Sunday 26 August 2018, Ms. Dee Coleman told us
of Samaritan Village's recovery home and therapeutic center for
adult survivors of human sex trafficking whose mission is to provide
a safe place for sexually trafficked women to heal from much trauma
and recover from addiction through medical and counseling services
as well as be trained for independent safe living through education,
and employment training. They find support in reclaiming their lives
to become catalysts for change in their communities.
The congregation then prayed for Ms. Dee Coleman
and the ministry at Samaritan Village.
Broadway U.M.W. Excursion to "Lavender & Lace Tea Room",
Lake Alfred. Fl.
Met at church and carpooled to the always fun event.
Broadway U.M.W. General Meeting - The Holy Land Experience. Presentation from Carolyn and Linda Dixon with Yvonne Lorah describing with visuals that made us all feel we were there!
Broadway U.M.W. raised $554 for the St. Luke Medical and Dental Clinic
a nonprofit organization that provides medical and dental services
(fillings & extractions) for uninsured patients. Client's eligibility is for those persons who have no medical insurance, no Medicaid, no Medicare, or Share of cost. Clients must be
BELOW 200% of the federal poverty level. A love offering was given in full from donations received from the Cordon Blue Dinner served after worship downstairs in Criswell Hall.
Book Club meets on the last Saturday of each month @ 9 am.
This group is not exclusively for Women!
* Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus self-isolation and quarantine in effect in-person meetings are postponed.
Monthly book studies focus on local and foreign Missions, Education,
Leadership, Nurturing Community, and Spiritual Life.
September's study is in the area of Spiritual Growth.
For more information, or to RSVP for this Book Club please contact the group organizers,
Mary McCown or Pat Herring, by clicking on this link: