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United women in faith

All women of all ages are welcome to join one or more of the United Women in Faith's groups. Please check out the video to learn more about each group and feel free to reach out to the contacts listed below to find out more.

The United Women in Faith shall be a community of women whose purpose is:

  • To know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ

  • To develop a creative supportive fellowship

  • To expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church

If you have questions regarding the United Women in Faith, please contact President Meryl Kettler at meryl.kettler@gmail.com.

Complimentary child care can be arranged for all UWF events by contacting Karla Sarmiento at childrenmin@oakhillumc.org.

Annual Retreat

Every year, the UWF hosts a retreat that is open to all women at a nearby retreat center, usually in February. The retreat features worship, Bible study, time for laughter, and quiet reflection. It begins with dinner on Friday evening and ends after Sunday morning worship. The registration fee includes comfortable lodging, five delicious meals, and fun and refreshing activities. The retreat is a great opportunity to relax, make new friends, worship, and draw closer to God.

United Women in Faith Book Club

 

The UWF Book Club meets on the last Thursday of every month, 10 am, in the Parlor, in person and on Zoom. Our members select UWF books and other interesting books. There is no meeting in July, and the November and December meetings are combined.

 

Contact Diana Goodloe, 512-788-2194, dianagoodloe@gmail.com for more information.

Chloe Circle

Chloe Circle meets every second Thursday at 6:30 pm in Fellowship Hall Coffee Bar. The members host speakers and activities in rotation. The group is committed to missions, including assembling manna bags and providing lunch for Habitat for Humanity.

 

Contact Marilyn Cannon, 512-496-9881, marilyn.cannon18@gmail.com for more information.

Dorcas Quilters

Dorcas Quilters meet on the third Monday of every month from 10 am to 2 pm in Room A203. We focus on making quilts for cancer patients in our church and for girls at Nicole's Place. We also work on special projects such as pillowcases for the Salvation Army. Bring your favorite sewing tools and a bag lunch.

Contact Linda Moore, 989-430-8218, la.moore@att.net for more information.

 

HUGS Project of Austin

 

HUGS Project of Austin meets every Thursday from January through November from 10 am to 2 pm in A203. We make neck coolers and Christmas stockings for USA troops. Bring your favorite sewing tools and a bag lunch.

 

For more information contact, Charlotte Bennett, 512-971-2098, cbennettnew@gmail.com,

or Emily Vasquez, 512-284-8349, vpetemily@aol.com.

Mary Martha Circle

 

Mary Martha Circle meets on the second Monday of every month from 11 am to 1 pm in the Fellowship Hall. Outside speakers present information about outreach opportunities for local missions, including The Burke Center for Youth, Habitat for Humanity, and Wesley Nurses. We also support global missions through our World Thank Offering.

 

For more information, contact Mary Tidwell, 281-844-6795, maryaubra@gmail.com.

Wednesday Morning Study Group

The Wednesday Morning Study Group meets every Wednesday from September through May from 10 am to noon in A201, both in person and on Zoom. This circle is open to all persons. We enjoy challenging topics, lively discussions, and in-depth studies. Our local outreach includes projects for The Burke Center for Youth and Habitat for Humanity. We support global missions through World Thank Offering.

 

Contact Meryl Kettler, 512-922-1079, meryl.kettler@gmail.com, or Mary Allen, 325-226-3121, mracha61@yahoo.com for more information.

RADA Fundraiser


The Oak Hill United Women in Faith have had a long history of fundraising with RADA. RADA has upped its contribution to 40% for online sales. If you click here to order from RADA, it will immediately show you that a portion of your purchase will go to benefit the OHUWF. RADA has been offering quality, made in the U.S.A. cutlery since 1948. They also have gift sets, cooking utensils, soups, dips, cheeses, and cook books.

 

If you want to check out what is available, click here to visit the RADA Catalog or here to go to our fundraising page!

If you need assistance or have product questions, please contact Betty DeJong, 717-269-0823 or betfox1@gmail.com.

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