United Methodist Women (UMW)   
The United Methodist Women are a group of women within the church who, through care, fellowship, love & support to each other, engage in various mission projects with emphasis on women, children, the elderly and the disadvantaged - in and outside of the church. 

The Methodist Women initiates the annual church collection for its Infant Layette Ministry, the ongoing Sharing Cross food & clothing collections & distributions, and oversees church ministries in its part to serve The Baldwin Center – Pontiac, Meals on Wheels, Cass Community Social Services and Central United Methodist - Detroit’s N.O.A.H. “(Networking, Organizing, Advocating for the Health of the Homeless) Lunch Program. 

Their service to the community organization the Rotary Club by serving lunch each week, enables the Methodist Women to extend substantial monetary support to many local, national & global missions. 

The Methodist Women gather as a group the second Wednesday of each month at 7: 30 pm (no meetings in the summer) and offers participation in various women's book studies, special events, seminars and conferences on a local and national level. Contact us or watch the UMW board & weekly announcements for upcoming offerings! 

Youth Groups

Women's Ministry

Youth Groups