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The Abigails visit the Arboretum

This May, in what has become an annual tradition, members of the Abigail Circle gathered at the Dallas Arboretum.  The visit included lunch and lots of time to stroll through the Arboretum and enjoy each other's company.  This is just some of the fun, friendly and very active Abigails.  See the Get Involved/Small Groups page for information about this circle and many other circles and groups of Bold Women.  There's a place for everyone!

(from left to right: Carol Proctor, Becky Barneby, Lynn Fisher, Wendy Campbell, Mary Wells, Gayle Turner, Sally Adams, and Beverly Sharpe)

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We are known as the Bold Women of Lovers Lane because of our bold actions advocating for justice and compassion for all. We are a diverse group of United Women of Faith, formerly known as United Methodist Women.

Members nurture one another spiritually and in community. With our prayers, volunteering, financial gifts and advocacy, we support local, national and international missions for women, children and youth.

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We welcome all women to engage in fellowship, mission, study, personal growth and/or social action with us. Church membership is not required.

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Sew 'n Sew  makes a special delivery to

Bethlehem Center

Sew 'n Sew members from Presbyterian Village North and Lovers Lane United Methodist Church delivered 35 stuffed dogs and 135 Easter Bunnies to DBC worker Annette Cullors to use and distribute for "Eggstravaganza" March 23, 2024, or other events.

The dogs and bunnies were hand sewn by Sew 'n Sew at Presbyterian Village North to which Lois Hesse, our long time Sew 'n Sew leader belongs.  She also facilitates with Ruth Smith the Sew 'n Sew group at Lovers Lane UMC.  They are so cute everyone who sees them wants them, including grandmothers!

This cutie is Kelsi, Annette Cullors' niece (also known as Kelsi Bear).  Annette told us "Two years ago, we thought we had lost her after having surgery on her throat, but her parents kept pushing the doctor to do something to bring her back, and our family kept praying. After she came back, she had a stroke, she’s still having to do some therapy but praise the Lord she is doing fabulous."  She loves her bunny!

We are women with a Purpose!

United Women in Faith shall be a community of women whose purpose is 

  • to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ;

  • to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and

  • to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.

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