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United Methodist Women have always played a big role at Epworth Methodist Church.  They raised $36,000 to be paid towards the debt of the church building and on May 11, 1980 the mortgage to the church was burned.

Currently the United Methodist Women support Phillips Cupboard, Phoenix House, Care & Share House, and Interfaith Response.  They also visit our members at the nursing homes.   Money is raised through pledges, our annual cookie walk, and the Bazaar.  These provide opportunities for fellowship with other members of the church.  In addition to local missions, the United Methodist Women contribute to conference mission projects, such as Hawthorn Hill Ministry, School of Missions,  Schlessler Hall, and Bidwell Hall.

Epworth Methodist has three different circles: Afternoon & Evening Stars and Nightengals.  General Meetings are the first Thursday of the month and  individual circle meetings are on the second Thursday in the month.  We are currently not having our meetings due to Covid-19, but we are still supporting our missions with the current monies that are available.