What is the World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women?
The World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women (formerly World Federation of Methodist Women) is a fellowship of such officially recognized groups of Methodist, United and Uniting Church Women organized in Units from the respective participating nations to affirm its purpose “To Know Christ and To Make Him Known”. National Units are combined within nine geographical Areas. The Area and Unit Officers co-ordinate programs and provide a global network for sharing information on program activities.
What is the aim of the organization?
The World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women (WFMUCW) seeks to aid in establishing Christ’s Kingdom among all peoples and in all areas of life; to share the abundant life of Christ through evangelism, healing ministries, education and social services: to assist in the promotion of mission outreach throughout the world: to seek with women of all continents, fellowship and mutual help in the building of a Christian community, and to develop bonding links and partnership with women of other Christian Churches, ecumenical bodies, and the United Nations in promoting peace and justice.
What is its purpose?
To be a support group for women acting as a catalyst in their faith and actions; to promote the interests of women in all areas of life, in spiritual growth, equality, development and peace; to work towards the recognition of the equal status of women; to facilitate, encourage and actively promote leadership training for women; to be a voice for Methodist, United and Uniting Church women.