UMW Newsletter - October 2014

Quarterly Newsletter of United Methodist Women Columbia, Missouri. October, 2014 Volume 1, Number 4
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  1 Women  of the Missouri United Methodist Church Quarterly Newsletter of United Methodist Women  Columbia, Missouri.October, 2014 Volume 1, Number 4  “I lift up my eyes to the mountains--where does my help come from?My help comes from the Lord,the Maker of heaven and earth.”Psalms 121:1-2New International Version Top left: Guest speaker, Phil Steinhaus with his mother, Carolyn SteinhausBottom left: UMW is a time to come together for reection and fellowshipTop Right: The program elicited intense expressions from our UMW members Bottom Right: “Sele” of Wesley Circle hostesses preparing for the pot-luck  Photos from the UMW general meeting, September 3, 2014  Esther Circle News:   by Alicia Henderson Eagle Circle News:   by Diana Revelle 2 Even though we were “o” for the summer, projects connued to be created and completed. The Christmas tree wall hanging was completed with hand quilng and mailed to Sedalia for the Fesval of Sharing Quilt Auc - on on October 18, at the Mathewson Exhibion Center. This is the second year we have contributed a quilt to this aucon.Quilts were completed for Epworth Home with 15 pre - sented to them. Ester Mendoza worked on this project. We are now starng on pillow shams and travel bags for the children at this home.Our Circle was requested to work on UMW bullen boards for 3 months. Lauri Murphy completed the Octo - ber board and ideas are under way for the next month.We connue to work on the Patricia Project (sanitary napkins for women in third world countries). The project needs more terry cloth fabric or towels for compleon. The towels do not have to be new. If you would like to donate please leave in room 303. We also are working on cross-stch bookmarks for bapsms. Anyone wanng to help with this project can contact Jean Gruenewald or Barb Sanders for supplies and paern. The Eagles received an opportunity to share our format across the country when we received a request for informaon from a UMW member from Newport News, VA. She was seeking informaon in hopes to start an online circle in her church. Aer joining our circle to get the feel of the format and procedure, she suc - cessfully launched a new online circle in her unit, which is growing and successful. Since our face-to-face meeng in June, we have added two members locally – Rebekah Hart and Susan Crigler. Although most of our members work during the day, some are available for hands-on projects during the week. We will parcipate in working at the Wardrobe in October. We connue to share together in our weekly devoons and oer prayer and encouragement to one another.  Gibson Circle’s mission project for August was col - lecng school supplies for the 22 chil - dren living at Coyote Hill and it was a great success! Our contribuon of supplies and cash for this project totaled $624.25. The following was on Coyote Hills facebook page. “School starts tomorrow, so today we pass out all the wonderfully donated items to the kids! Our 4-yr old denitely picked the best backpack!” Photos of membersin serviceand fellowship (courtesy of Diana Mooney) 3 Gibson Circle News:   by Evete Nissen Treasurer, Sondra Flaker, exhibits her skill at repairing a fan. Sondra was one of several members of the execuve com - miee who volunteered in July at the Wardrobe. Our UMW unit is hosng the Church Women United (CWU) world community day on Sunday, November 9, 2014. This event in our chapel begins at 2:30 p.m. As hostesses, we will provide refreshments (cookies, nger foods) in the CLC following the meeng. If you can volunteer to help with refreshments or as a greeter, please contact Sally Hook ( by Nov. 2.  Aer a summer break, Searcy-Feely met on Wednesday Sep - tember 17, 2014. Thirteen members gathered at the United Methodist Conference Center here in Columbia for a business meeng, work project and lunch. We counted, bundled and boxed over 9,900 rice recipes to be distributed through the Oce of Creave Ministries at the Fesval of Sharing in Oc - tober and through other avenues. During our work Je Baker - Director of Mission, Service, and Jusce Ministries for the conference - talked to us about the new building project at the center, which will add space to include the Conference United Methodist Foundaon Oce, the Oce of Creave Ministries, and the Fesval of Sharing Oce as well as warehouse space. Aer the presentaon, we toured the building and got a rst-hand look at the changes that will be made. On October 15, Brad Bryan presented a program on Music in Worship and on November 19, Diana Revelle will present a program on spiritual formaon using a daily devoon booklet that the group has been following for the past several months.Mark your calendars for pecan sales, which will begin on Sunday November 16. Plain halves and pieces, cinnamon, and chocolate pecans will be available. Social Acton News:   by Caryl Bryan Searcy-Feely Circle News:   by Diana Revelle 4 Below are photos from the Searcy-Feely event on September 17, 2014. On the le are two quilts purchased during Searcy-Feely’s trip to Missouri Amish Country in May, 2014. I want to call your aenon to two recent acon alerts. One is on income inequality in America and another deals with midterm elecons and quesons to ask those who are running for oce. You can read these by googling United Methodist Women – Acon Alerts, then clicking on the rst opon, Acon Alerts  – United Methodist Women. Then click on “latest acon alerts” and you will nd a list on the right hand side of the page. These are interesng and informave. And cizens need to be informed!
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