MISSION STATEMENT: 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. Our unit purpose is to raise money for Missions LOCALLY, STATE AND WORLD WIDE.
United Methodist Women Sunday- Please check out this web address! https://youtu.be/5ArdvqDCHuk
Do you need TerriLynn products or RADA kitchen items?
You can order TerriLynn products online at
Kathy Churchill (263-7524) can assist with RADA kitchen items. She has a very nice selection on hand.
These sales are an integral
component of our Morton UMW
Cell Phone Donations
At our District meeting this past month, it was announced that in 2017, the Center for Prevention of Abuse had received over 800 cell phones from our District UM churches. I think it’s amazing that almost 100 of those phones were from our Morton church! Right now, I have 20 phones ready to deliver, so we’re off to a good start for 2018. You can drop them off in the gathering area at the church in a box labeled for phone donations. The Center wipes them clean and programs them for 911 calls only. They are then distributed to women for use in emergencies. What a good way to recycle your old cell phones.
Our History, Our Legacy
As you’ve heard, this is the 150th anniversary of United Methodist Women. On June 3, our UMW will be hosting a tea. We will meet at 2:00 p.m. to share stories of our UMW history, pictures, scrapbooks and memorabilia. ALL church women are invited to attend this event. Our legacy is one of mission and service. Please join us to see what women of this church, with God’s help, have accomplished over the history of the UMW at Morton United Methodist Church.
Linda Coon, President
UMW BOARD MEETS —
11:30 a.m. Seasons Restaurant 3rd Wednesdays
(No meetings in January, June, July , August )
Anyone not a member of a Circle may also be included in the directory on the At-Large page.
UMW Annual Craft and Market Sale
Work Day on Wednesday, July 10
1:00 – 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
This is an opportunity for the ladies of our church to gather to work on projects we plan to donate. We will also have tables set with crafts for those who need some “ideas”!
We are Christ-Centered & Missions Focused Women of Faith!
(Board Members include our officers and circle chairpersons.)
Retiring President: Linda Coon | Vice President: Lynn Goers
Secretary: Carrie Hoefling | Treasurer: Nicole Potts
Education & Interpretation: Traci Sullivan
Program Resources: Linda Clauser
Membership, Outreach & Nurture: Mary Barrick | Spiritual Growth: Cheri Patterson
Communications: Kathy Dallinger
Nominations: Erin Jones | UMW Products: Kathy Churchill
Funeral Dinners: Barb Howard | Sharon Gilbert
Kitchen Coordinator/Social Action: Sarah Losey
Craft Market: Cheri Patterson, Jan Sampson, Jan Pontius,
Erin Jones, Kathy Dallinger, Melissa Smallenberger
Abigail – | Hannah – Kathy Churchill/Linda Clauser
Ruth – Lois Lichti | Sarah – Kathy Dallinger &
Joanna – Mary Barrick & Lauren Middleton
Abigail Circle: Call Church office for dates and times.
Hannah Circle: 9:30 a.m. Gathering Area 1st Thursday ( No Meetings in Jan, June, July, & Aug)
Ruth Circle: 11:30 a.m. Season Restraunt 3rd Wednesdays ( No meeting in June, July, & Aug)
Joanna Circle: 7:30 p.m. Youth Room 1st Tuesday (No meetings in June, July, & August)
Sarah Circle: 7:00 p.m. Gathering Area 3rd Mondays (No meetings in June, July, & Aug)
UMW BOOK CLUB
All meetings are held in the
Gathering Area at the Church 6:30 p.m.
All of these titles have a copy on the UMW book shelf in our church library.
Our next book club meeting will be September 30, at 6:30 in the Gathering Area.
We’ll be reading The Same Sky by Amanda Eyre Ward. This book is on our UMW
bookshelf in the church library. I will request that it be brought into the Morton Public
Library on reserve for us starting six weeks prior to our meeting date. This book covers
a timely topic: immigration. It is the “timeliest book you will read this year—a wrenching,
honest and painstakingly researched novel that puts a human face to the story of
undocumented youth desperately seeking their dreams in America.”