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Jan./Feb. response: A Love for Learning

Giving helps Colegio Sara Alarcón put high tech spin on Methodist education. by Nile Sprague with Audrey Stanton-Smith As a young child, Citalli Crespo …

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What Black History Means to Me as a White Woman

Read the Op-Ed on Red Letter Christians written by Emily Jones, United Women in Faith’s executive for racial justice.

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Harriett Jane Olson

Jan./Feb. response: Responsively Yours

Signs of Blessing by Harriett Jane Olson It’s quite common for people to say that God is a God of order. While I’m sure …

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Voices From the Field

Love, Justice, Service: The Order of Deaconess and Home Missioner Join us on March 7 at 7:30 p.m. ET for a virtual Zoom event. …

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Hortense Tyrell Retires as Director of National Ministries

Hortense Tyrell has retired as United Women in Faith’s Director of National Ministries, after serving the General Board of Global Ministries and United Women …

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Jan./Feb response: Voices From the Field

Zoom conversations offer “window to the world.” by Mary Beth Coudal Meet the women who are making real and positive changes in their communities, …

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We are pleased that you are interested in working at United Women in Faith. The following positions are available: General Secretary/CEO (PDF) To apply, …

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United Women in Faith National Scholarship 2023

Overview The United Women in Faith National Scholarship is for lay women in the USA who are pursuing careers in church or social service …

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Theressa Hoover Community Service and Global Citizenship Award

Calling young women who want to travel and study! United Women in Faith is accepting applications for the Theressa Hoover Community Service and Global …

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Belong to Earth watercolor by Bizzy Feekes

Jan./Feb. response: Creating Hope

Bizzy Feekes brings her whole self to the work of climate justice. by Maryann Verghese Bizzy Feekes uses many words to describe herself: artist, …

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