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James and Jacob Cogman, United Methodist scholarship recipients, plan to follow their mother into ministry. Photo courtesy of the Cogman family.

Twins Follow Mom into Ministry

Meet a mom and a United Methodist pastor who inspired her sons to follow their calls too. “Watching her has really helped me grow.” View

Archive photo of Georgia Harkness Methodist theologian.

Georgia Harkness: Methodist Trailblazer in Theology

During Women's History Month, we explore the powerful impact of an author and hymn writer whose work inspired MLK and remains relevant. View

Methodist deaconess Kathryn Maurer is seen in a 1935 photograph. Courtesy of California State Library.

Kathryn Maurer: Methodist Angel Welcomed Immigrants

Meet a deaconess whose kindness and dedication to those seeking a new life made headlines in her day. View

Methodist reformer Frances Willard is seen in portrait. Courtesy of United Methodist General Commission on Archives and History.

Methodist History: Early Voice for Women’s Rights

Learn more about the 19th century reformer who fought for voting rights and full representation in the Methodist Church. View

Archive photo of students at Sager Brown, a school and orphanage for African- American children.

Center Honors Black Methodists’ History

Heritage Center highlights important role African Americans play in the story of Methodism. View

Women immigrants who traveled alone were often at risk when they arrived at Ellis Island in the late 19th century. Public domain image.

Methodist History: Welcoming Women Immigrants

Alma Mathews made her mission field Ellis Island. She and others offered a safety net for women traveling alone. View

Emily Hutchings and her children take part in a protest about conditions for farm workers in Lakeland, FL. Hutchings is an active member of United Methodist Women.  Image courtesy of videographer Clay Kisker.

United Methodist Women Shape Generations

These moms take faith seriously. “One role of parents is to pass on values and John Wesley’s whole deal was social justice. It’s why there is a church. View

Yvette Richards (left), of the United Methodist Women Board of Directors, helps prepare food at the Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church in Louisville, Kentucky, on April 24, 2014, the Ubuntu day of service before the United Methodist Women Assembly. The church provides food to homeless and underemployed people. With her is Andrew Thomas, the lead chef. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS.

600 women on a mission to love their neighbors

The day before their 2014 Assembly, volunteers from United Methodist Women scattered across the city of Louisville, KY to do good and learn about their neighbors. View

The Rev. Tiffany Thomas preaches on Sunday at South Tryon Community United Methodist Church. The young pastor is known for her powerful sermons and high heels.

High Heels and a Mission: Rev. Tiffany Thomas

For Women’s History Month, meet a young clergywoman whose work in a church soup kitchen as a child inspired her to serve as pastor and mentor. View

Young Pastor’s Fresh Ideas: Rev. Stephanie Price

Stephanie Price encourages churches to partner with local farmers. View

UMTV: Pastor Leads Nigerian Women

One of first Nigerian female clergy, Musa Iliya helps girls be leaders, View