UMW reports on Assembly
Mabel Unser (Gateway Central), Conference president brought her report to the Annual Conference, highlighting the international quadrilateral gathering in St. Louis this past April. Over 6,500 attended highlighted by worship and workshops. Past presidents of the Women’s Division were a part of the historical pre- sentation of the UMW.
“Our own Mai Gray, former president of the Women’s Division,” said Ms. Unser, “was a part of that presentation and passed away soon...
Gray leaves legacy of courage, kindness
The Missouri Conference was in mourning in May, saying farewell to the beloved Mai Gray.
Gray, 88, died on May 6. She was hospitalized after falling at the UMW Assembly 2010 a few day before, and never recovered.
“She was doing what she loved,” said Rev. Kevyn Amos of St. Andrew UMC in Kansas City, Gray’s home church. “She loved the church and serving in mission.”
Gray was very active at St. Andrew’s, serving on committees and in the UMW. Her husband, Rev....
United Methodist Women Launches Assembly 2010
Conference Engages Thousands of Christian Women in Fellowship for Mission Under Theme of “Faith • Hope • Love in Action”
On April 30-May 2, in St. Louis, Mo., a broad and diverse gathering of women will convene Assembly 2010 – a three-day conference hosted by United Methodist Women celebrating and empowering women of faith in mission for women, children, and youth. Assembly 2010 will build a constituency capable of generating bold action across the globe.