Church Women United is a racially, culturally, theologically inclusive Christian women's movement celebrating unity in diversity and working for a world of peace and justice.
Madison Area Religious
& Human Resources Directory
Church Women United in Madison produces a directory of resources for the Madison area which is made available to churches and other organizations. This directory is a wealth of information about area churches, food pantries, meal sites, food programs, shelter, clothing and more. Copies are available for $15 each plus $5 shipping. To obtain a copy, download an order form, click here. You may also email CWUmadison@gmail or call the Madison Ecumenical Center at 608-347-4724
National Church Women United is an
ecumenical movement of Christian women active in over 1200 local and state
Quadrennial Priorities 2016-2020
Learning and Leading Using Principles of God's Word
Human Rights: We believe every child has the right to a quality education.
Hunger and Poverty: As women of faith, we are called to feed the poor, shelter the homeless and protect our children.
Health and Wellness: To focus on women's health and heart disease.
Diversity and Inclusiveness: We understand in an increasingly diverse and global world, the gospel of Christ is our example for embracing differences in wealth, in ethnicity, in culture and in race.
February 2022 Forum: The Road Home
February 4, 2022; 9:30 am via Zoom
Our speaker for our February Forum is Peggy Halloran, Development Director for The Road Home Dane County, a position she has held for 8 1/2 years. In that role she works with individuals, businesses, congregations, foundations and organizations on charitable giving and how their support and partnership can help children and families move from homelessness to housing. Over the last 25 years, Peggy has worked in fundraising, communications and events for organizations including the American Heart Association in the Chicago area, as well as the Dane County Habitat for Humanity and Madison College Foundation. She has one son who is a freshman at Edgewood High School and she enjoys attending his sporting events. And yes, she will admit it, she is a Bears and Cubs fan! This will be an exciting time to find out about the marvelous work going on through this organization. So do join us on Zoom at 9:30 am. on February 4. Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89324937721?pwd=SVZxc29vRm5HNmd6ZEhYa3VyUFMydz09
World Day of Prayer
March 4, 2022; 11:30 am-1:30 pm
The theme for this year’s World Day of Prayer on March 4, 2022, is "I Know the Plans I Have for You", which was prepared by the WDP Committee of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland and the World Day of Prayer USA Committee. Our celebration will be held from 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. (Please note the time change.)