United Methodist Women (UMW) make a difference all over the map. Here in Fort Worth, UMW of First Church go the extra mile. UMW President Dorothy Hudson says these women of our church have reached out to help women, youth, and children in our community since 1940, and in 2016 they are continuing this mission started so long ago.
One of my favorite times to be in the Garden, however, is Sunday mornings, when people gather between services for a visit, a cup of coffee, a hug, or a handshake. One of my goals as Director of Welcoming Ministries is to make our Sunday morning Garden experience all it can be.
Join the Tapestry all women’s Sunday school class for an open house from 9:45-10:45 am in room 313. If you’re looking to feel more grounded, supported, and energized by other women, this is the perfect class for you! This class is just for women — all ages and stages welcome — who want to learn, discuss, and grow in their faith journey.
In 1972, FUMCFW and ten other downtown faith-based organizations met to address hunger in the central city and formed the Association of Central City Ministries (ACCM). From this, Meals On Wheels of Tarrant County was launched to provide meals to the elderly solely with volunteer help.