United Church Women
Besides our regular meetings and fellowship time we . . .
The United Church Executive:
Four Rivers Presbyterial information
Local Presidents: Linda Stronski (613-283-3002) and Norma Wrightly ([email protected])
National President: Nancy Sutherland
Conference President: Barb DeJeet from Four Rivers Presbyterial and Lyn United Church. She may be reached at [email protected]
The United Church Women are affiliated with the Women’s Inter-church Council of Canada and through the National UCW a woman is appointed to the Council for a three year term. WICC provides the December 06: Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women and World Day of Pray services, plus much more. http://www.wicc.org/
Trinity’s UCW Co-President are Brenda King and Linda Stronski.
Eastern Ontario Outaouais Regional UCW Co-Presidents are Kim Baird and Linda Stronski
National UCW President is Beulah Haley from Charlottetown Newfoundland.
As women of faith,
We believe in nurturing Christian spirituality
by reaching out
through commitment and devotion
to all God’s people
in the promotion of truth, justice, peace,
caring, and respect
for all throughout the earth, God’s world;
We believe in honouring God the Creator,
and loving others through generous giving
and joyful living;
And we believe in affirming and
both individually and together
through creative study, prayer, and action.
Foster Christian commitment, faithfulness, and spirituality.
Promote respect and love for all God’s creation.
To unite women of the
congregation for the total
mission of the church and to
be a means by which we
may express our loyalty and
devotion to Jesus Christ
in Christian witness, study,
fellowship, and service.
How do I become a member of the UCW? Membership is open to any woman who is in agreement with the Purpose of the United Church Women, and who is willing to participate on a regular basis with her prayers, gifts, and services for the work of the church in the world.
How do I know what Unit I should join? Trinity’s UCW has two Units: The Friendship unit, which meets the first Wednesday of the month, usually in the evening at the church. The other is the New Horizons Unit, which meets in the evening on the second Tuesday of the month in the Church Parlour.
Our suggestion would be to visit each group and decide which one best suits you. Linda and I, both, feel that this is the only way you will feel truly part of the UCW.
Friendship Unit: Ann Marleau, 205-0390
New Horizons Unit: Linda Stronski, 283-3002