World Federation Day is celebrated annually in local communities around the world to unite women in common studies based on the previous World Assembly’s Resolutions and emerging world issues; and to help engage World Federation members in study and action arising from these issues.
All World Federation Units in local communities are requested to meet and plan for the observance of World Federation Day on the designated dates of the last weekend in October. These dates commemorate the signing of the original charter on 26 October 1939 of the World Federation of Methodist Women.
Offertories from the World Federation Study Day shall be sent to the World Treasurer of the World Federation.
Each year one of the nine geographical Areas is responsible for preparing the World Federation Day Study Program with resource material and suggestions for its observance.
The World Federation Day Study Program draft material is to be sent to the World Vice President by April 1 each year for approval by the World Officers, and the approved Program is distributed by the Area Presidents to their Units by June 1 each year. The World Federation Day Study Program can include a local speaker, discussion groups, acting out ideas, pictures or a slide presentation, etc.