2022 New England Conference UWF Annual Meeting

UWF gathers at Wilmington UMC in Massachusetts.

Some of the suggested reading for UWF members.

This is the first time the Conference UWF has gathered in person since 2019.

Members had time to socialize and enjoy refreshments before the meeting.

Members had time to socialize and enjoy refreshments before the meeting.

About 75 members attended the annual meeting.

Joyce Galloway, coordinator for communications shared some photos from the 2022 Assembly; the national UWF gathering.

Bishop LaTrelle Easterling joined NEAC UWF members at Assembly.

The theme for the 2022 Assembly was Turn it Up.

Spiritual Growth Mission Coordinator Cynthia Norton

NEAC UWF President Betty Shippee

Outgoing NEAC UWF Treasurer Leeda Marsh

Susan Sungsil Kim is a member of the UWF Racial Justice Charter Support Team.

Materials to support the current UWF social justice priorities.

This was the first meeting since the UMW changed its name to United Women in Faith and the change was part of the celebration.

Linda Reiber speaking on the UWF Legacy Fund

Incoming Treasurer Janice DiTullio talks about Women's Lunch Place, a day shelter in Boston, that was the recipient of the ingathering offering.

Marcia Hoyt shares information on the Hattie B. Cooper Center in Boston, which is a national mission site.

Sherry Anne Bryant of the program committee

Carol Stidger of the program committee

Morning speaker Sashi James, director of Re-Imagining Communities, spoke about the growing incarceration of women and girls.

Afternoon speaker Edna Conyers-Douglas, author and educator, spoke on prayer and soul care.

Personal care and feminine hygiene products were collected for the Women's Lunch Place in Boston.

Honoree recognition

Honoree recognition

Honoree recognition

UWF officers recognized

Host pastor, Rev. Peter Hey, led the closing worship