The Mebane United Women in Faith

The organized unit of the Mebane United Women in Faith 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. Our UWF unit offers opportunities for hands-on mission work in Mebane, leadership development and training, advocacy for social justice issues including those pertaining to domestic violence, immigration the environments and many other concerns that impact the lives of women and children in our community and around the world. 

UWF welcome women of all ages to join us in our mission work, education and fellowship. If you are interested in joining, please contact President, Carla Parks, at 336-341-6196.

to receive monthly updates and announcements. You are also invited to visit or join one of the women's circles listed below. You do not have to be a member of the church to participate. 

Chairwoman Carla Parks

Vice Chair Stacy Kerins

Secretary Beth Ball

Treasurer Susie Sanford

Nominations Diane Moore

Circle Representative Sarah Jarvis

Circle Representative Pam Saunders

UWF Projects for 2024

January & February
Front Porch White Box Ministry Continues. "Take What You Need,  Give What You Can!" 

Bring Non-perishables

March & April
Youth Retreat Scholarship
Checks to MUMC for Youth Scholarships.                               Mark for Youth Scholarships

May & June
Collect Items: See List
Birthday Bags for Meals on Wheels   
July & August
Collect School Supplies for local schools. See list

September & October
Children's "Oops" Collection
        *  "Oh No!  I forgot my toboggan."
Children's gloves Hats & Scarves
        *  "Oops my socks got wet. " Children's Socks
        *  "Ut oh..... I didn't make it to       the bathroom in time."  
Children's Underwear
          Size 5, 6, 7, 8 Boys & Girls

November & December
Collect non-perishable food & household products.
The Giving Manger "Front Porch Ministry" and the Angel Tree
The Angel Tree is for specific gifts for families in need in Mebane.

UWF Assist with MUMC Events

Circles make soup to stock the church kitchen freezer to be available to take to our sick & homebound members.

March/April    4-21-24
Soup & Salad fund raiser after church.  Donations for the church heat and air system.
Circles make Homemade Soup, Salad & Dessert.

May/June    6-9-24     
Picnic after church with Farewells to the Nash's

July/August   7-14-24
Covered Dish & Homemade Ice cream ... Welcome New Minister

September/October 10-6-24
Chili Cook off by church members and neighbors.
Invite church neighborhood to
Saturday Supper
Circles' make Dessert

November/December 11-10-24
UWF Day Church Service t UWF members and Covered Dish Lunch

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  • Covenant Circle

    Various Dates & Times

    This active circle meets various dates and times each month for specific activities. They are mission focused and have a strong sense of sisterhood by working on projects to help others. Whether it's making soup for the sick, cleaning the sanctuary, sewing pillowcases for Hospice patients or collecting school supplies for those in need, it's all God's work by the hands of these beautiful women. 

  • Helping Hands Circle

    First Wednesday of the month, 11:00 AM

    The Helping Hands Circle meets the first Wednesday at 11:00 AM at the church in room 212. About 12:00 after our, business, programs, projects and devotions we all go out to lunch for more fellowship and fun. The Helping Hands Circle is a group of very caring and dedicated women that always extend a "helping  hand. " The monthly meetings focus on helping others. Projects include:  making stocked purses for those at the women's shelter, hand tied blankets for cancer patients, "girls hygiene kits" for elementary and middle school young ladies, collecting school supplies, children's clothing, senior gifts for Meals on Wheels Birthday project, food and necessities for the Giving Manger. These are some of the local missions the Helping Hands Circle gives their time, talent and monetary gifts to. Besides the local missions the circle members pledge funding to the international United Women in Faith that sponsors missions all over the world. In addition the group is also ready to help at church events, worship services and programs throughout the year. While members are always there for anyone in need the most special aspect of this group is their caring and love for each other.  Always there in sickness and health, support, prayer and encouragement. The Helping Hands Circle is always ready to welcome and  include newcomers.
    Come get involved you will be so glad you did!

    Carla Parks & Sarah Jarvis
    Text: 336-341-6196