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.
Annual Meeting/Planning for 2023
September 9; 10:00 am at Bethany UMC 3910 Mineral Point Drive
The meeting agenda will include a treasurer’s report and going over the officer vacancies and job descriptions. We will also accomplish as much of the planning for 2023 programs as we can and therefore, please come with your ideas and the ideas of other women for programming they would like to see in 2023. We need to "Brainstorm" ideas to keep our unit going. Please come to collaborate with our board. Bring another woman.
“Climate Justice” Speaker: Bob Lindmeier
October 7; 9:30 to 11:30 am at Dale Heights Presbyterian Church
5501 University Ave., Madison WI 53705
“World Community Day”
November 4; 9:30 to 11:30 am at Mt Zion Baptist Church
2019 Fisher St. Madison WI 53713
Featuring: The recipient of the Community Service Award being Rachel Kincaid, President of MOSES since 2013
MOSES is an interfaith organization that works to promote social justice with a focus on ending mass incarceration. They focus on identifying and improving conditions in our Dane County jail and in Wisconsin prisons, while proposing alternatives to incarceration. MOSES recognizes that racial inequalities in housing, education, employment and wealth accumulation as well as racial disparities in policing, court representation, sentencing and bail have led to disproportionately high rates of imprisonment of people of color and MOSES advocates for policies that address the root causes of these inequalities.
Hilda McCreight receiving Valiant Woman Award and speaking on "Friendhip Throughout Her 102 Years" on May Friendship Day - May 6 2022