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.
Connecting Faiths for Climate
June 2; 7:00-8:30 pm via Zoom
Dive deeper into how members of sustainability teams can: 1) talk to others about climate change, 2) educate their faith community, 3) recruit for their green team, 4) advocate for better climate policy, 5) recycle and deal with plastics, or 6) work for environmental justice.
We begin with a short, uplifting video talk by Katharine Hayhoe, author of "Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World". We will then break into 6 groups, starting with a short introduction by an expert in each of the six areas, followed by a half hour of conversation about our various efforts. Come and get new ideas for your team. Members of the Citizens’ Climate Lobby and the Wisconsin Creation Care Ambassadors are working together to host this free, virtual event. Invite friends and team members. Please register by May 30 by emailing Trudi Jenny: email@example.com.
April Forum Zoom Recording
Justice and Righteousness: Voting Rights
Click here to view the recording of the April forum.
John Nichols, associate editor of Capital Times, spoke about our state's voting situation--a very timely issue. John is the national affairs correspondent for The Nation magazine. He is author or co-author of more than a dozen books and regularly appears on the BBC, MPR and other radio networks. He is an excellent speaker, and is knowledgeable of many different subjects, including Ukraine.
Fair Share Annual Contributions & Donor Contributions Form for Church Women United Of Madison
These contributions will be used for the general operating expenses of CWU of Madison, as well as for the Celebration materials, choir music, annual donations to selected community social services, and annual contribution to Church Women United of Wisconsin. General Operating Expenses include, in part, the cost of producing and mailing the CWU newsletter, and the P.O. Box rental. Please send in contributions by November 30 of each year. Our financial year ends on December 31 of each year.
Click here to download the form.
Hilda McCreight receiving Valiant Woman Award and speaking on "Friendhip Throughout Her 102 Years" on May Friendship Day - May 6 2022