through Communication, Collaboration,
State Board Meetings
Wisconsin CWU State Assembly
Saturday, October 9, 2021"Carry Each Other's Burdens..." Galatians 6:2
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UP-COMING UNIT EVENTS
World Community Day
November 5, 2021
Friday, November 5, 2021 9:30 – 11:30 am, via Zoom
Featuring Special Guest Speaker, Carlettra Stanford
Chief of Elementary Schools, Madison Metropolitan School District
2021 HUMAN RIGHTS DAY CELEBRATION
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2021 - 10AM via Zoom
Virtual Host: Apostle Presbyterian Church BECOMING ONE IN 2021
"Experiencing Hope at the Table” Message: “Unfinished Business” Rev. Ellen Rasmussen, Pastor Brown Deer United Methodist Church
2021 ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TEA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2021
1 PM via ZOOM
DEVOTIONAL: Jesus was Born to Serve CHRISMAS TEA AGENCY REPRESENTATIVES ENTERTAINMENT: String Academy of WIS
(Due to Covid 19 Stay-at-Home and gathering restrictions, events may be canceled, postponed, or held virtually. Check with your local unit.)
World Day of Prayer
March 4, 2022
" I Know the Plans I Have for You" Jeremiah 29: 1-14
Prepared by the WDP Committee of England, Wales & Northern Ireland and the World Day of Prayer USA Committee
May Friendship Day
May 6, 2022
"A Call to Serve"
World Community Day
November 6, 2022
"A Call to Pray"
Human Rights Day
(When your unit chooses to celebrate it.)
"A Call to Act"
“We of Church Women United-Wisconsin wish to advocate for the humane treatment of children and families and others at the U.S.- Mexico border.
We support all people fleeing from violence and injustice, and we remember that our Lady Liberty welcomes all who come here in peace.”
Church Women United is a racially, culturally, and theologically inclusive Christian women’s movement celebrating unity in diversity and working for a world of peace and justice.
Therefore; Church Women United in Wisconsin supports the Black Lives Matter goals to end police brutality and systemic racism in our country. We base our support on the preamble of our Constitution, which lists justice as one of its five goals, and on the Declaration of Independence, which recognizes the rights of all people to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
We call on our government, our businesses, our educational systems, our law enforcement, and most of all, our individual selves, to step up to meet the challenge to insure fair treatment for all, regardless of race, ethnicity, faith, lifestyle, immigration status or economic means. It is our right and our duty to protest whenever we see any word or deed that interferes with justice and fairness.
Order 2022 materials for celebrations from Church Women United: www.churchwomen.org
Order World Day of Prayer materials at
Mira J. Washington
CWU National President
Mira has served as our national President-elect for the past year. She will now fulfill the office of National President for the next four years.
She has served as the NE Regional Coord., National Training Coord. and on the Personnel Committee.
Mira attends New Life United Methodist Church. Rochester CWU is her home unit.
Join CWU Women from across the country to discuss social issues and concerns.
Every Wednesday at 12:00 noon CST
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