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4/23/2014: United Methodist Women from as far away as Monrovia, Liberia, spent the day in West Louisville for an Ubuntu Day of Service. While some painted classrooms, others took time to read to children and serve as “foster grannies” for a day.
4/23/2014: More than 600 members and friends got acquainted with neighbors in Louisville, Ky., at almost 40 sites. Participants gardened, sorted, served, landscaped, cleaned, painted and organized, and most important, they learned about the local community. 
4/21/2014: The income gap between the United States' wealthiest citizens and its poorest has expanded and is at its widest since the Great Depression.
4/18/2014: Let's treasure the joy of this day, remember that God is with us, and hold on!
4/17/2014: We can share the crucifixion of Christ by accepting the call to minister with the marginalized.
Please join us for the March for a Life of Abundance for All. The local social justice community (and UMW) will be marching in solidarity with West Louisville community activists working to realize racial and economic justice for its residents.
4/14/2014: “… love one another as I have loved you.”
4/8/2014: The Haywood Street Respite offers those without a home a place to rest and recover.
4/3/2014: United Methodist Women welcomes Ashley Johnson as the new Inelda Gonzalez Domestic Violence Intern.
4/1/2014: "Did I not tell you that if you believed, you would see the glory of God?” —John 11:40
3/31/2014: La Asamblea es una experiencia increíble.
3/31/2014: Assembly is amazing. Every four years, thousands of women from all over the country and all over the world gather for worship, challenge and transformation.
3/31/2014: Since the beginning of time, the women of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation have played a major role in the existence of the Muscogee people.
3/31/2014: Methodism founder John Wesley knew the key to social change would be small-group gatherings, and so does United Methodist Women.
3/31/2014: The Women's Empowerment and Food Sovereignty Project provides a pathway toward food sovereignty for low-income Palestinian rural women.
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