104 East Third Street / Tuscumbia, Alabama 35674

256-383-2853 / Email: office@tuscumbiaumc.org

Meets 2nd Tuesdays

each month


Circles

​Hope - 10:00 am

Faith - 3:00 pm

​Mary/Martha - 7:00 pm

Statement of Purpose

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.


Invitation To Membership
General meetings are held bi-monthly on the 4th Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. in  January, March and November and at 6:00 p.m. in May, July and September. Smaller groups or "circles" meet the 2nd Tuesdays or Wednesdays of each month; circles meet in morning, afternoon and evening settings to accommodate the schedules of women at home and in the workplace.

UMW members  enjoy Christian fellowship, friendship and support while studying God's Word. Each circle is a unique group of women with similar interests who share the goal of being in service to Jesus Christ through ministry to others.

A sample of th projects and programs that our UMW unit supports is: (Local) Colbert Caring Center, Safeplace, Restoration Ranch, UNA Wesley Foundation, and visits to our church members who are now unable to attend services; (Global) support funds to Andre Louis' feeding program, funds to Women's Division General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church, and "hands-on" projects such as preparing health kits and school bags for Sager Brown Depot (UMCOR).

If you are a new church member, first, we would like to say how happy we are that you have joined our church. We know it will prove to be a blessing to you and your family. Now, let us extend a personal invitation to become a part of our organization of United Methodist Women. This invitation is also sincerely extended to those of you who are not new church members, but have been unable to be a part of the UMW.

United Methodist Women