Mission u 2022 Registration

by | Apr 15, 2022 | UMW-Conference-Mailchimp

for both the in person event at
Red Mountain UMC
2936 N. Power Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85215
Friday, June 24, 1pm check in and Saturday, June 25, 8:30am  light breakfast

the Virtual Mission u
Opens Friday, July 22 5:30pm and Saturday, July 23, at 8:30am
on zoom

(Both studies are the same subject)
“Who Can We Be Together: A Biblical Exploration of Luke 13”
The book is available for $10.
Please purchase your study book prior to Mission u. To order contact Mission Resource Center at 800-305-9857 or order online at:  https://www.umwmissionresources.org/

Our study leaders for the in person study are: Rev. Rula Colvin and Christine Jones.
The Virtual Study will be facilitated by Rev. Rula Colvin.
Please be prepared to have a great weekend of worship, fellowship, and spiritual growth


Please bring: size 4-6 diapers, size 2T-5T pull-ups, wipes, feminine hygiene products, shampoo/conditioner for UMOM as our in-kind donations.
Please bring: water and coffee cup with lid, your name badge, face mask, study book, pen/pencil, notebook, sweater or shawl, money for Thank Offering and/or Mission Giving, and your emergency health information.
Hotel Information: You are on your own to make your hotel reservation if needed. Below are 2 suggestions for the area:

  • La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham, Mesa Superstition Springs
    6530 E. Superstition Springs Blvd. Mesa, AZ 85206  480 654-1970
  • Best Western Superstition Springs 1342 S. Power Rd. Mesa, AZ 85206  480 641-1164

The Hands On project: Coloring Quilt Squares
Social Action presentation: Climate Justice

Register at https://dscumc.org/united-methodist-women-draft/mission-u/ starting March 24.

Click here for Scholarship Information for first time attendees.

Janette Gann, dean
Billie Larime, assistant dean
Deb Kuhn, registrar

Email umwomen@dscumc.org  for more information.

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