Adult - Women In Mission

The Women in Mission (W.I.M.) provide several venues for the women of Marysville and the surrounding areas to serve. You do not need to be a member of the FUMC of Marysville to belong to this group and to serve. For more information contact Jean Jerew by clicking here, or call the church office at 937-642-4712.


The Women in Mission shall be a community of women whose purpose is to know God, to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand the concepts of mission through the church.

Opportunities for Involvement

  • Monthly Circle meetings (meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month: morning-10:00 A.M. and evening 7:00 P.M., generally Mills Lounge but locations can vary as each Circle has unique programs throughou the year).
  • Christian Quilter
  • The Cookie Cutters Club
  • Religious Readers
  • Special events hosted throughout the year
  • Annual Rummage Sale

There are two circles -- the Morning Circle meets on the the third Tuesday morning of the month; the Evening Friendship Circle meets on the third Wednesday evening of the month.

If you are interested in joining a circle, please contact our WIM president, Jean Jerew, through the church office (642-4712 or


October Circle Meetings

Morning Circle -- October 17th -- Mills Lounge

Meeting Leader:  Ruth Foreman

Program:  “A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23”

Devotions:  Pat Metcalf

Hostesses:  Sue Goodfellow & Carolyn Hines


Evening/Friendship Circle -- October 18th

Bring Food Pantry items               

Program:  Mission Trip to Cuba -- Rachel Sirca

Devotions:  MarJeanne Taulbee

Hostesses:  Ercell Baldwin & Glennie Beams

On May 31, 2017, Women In Mission (WIM) hosted its 75th Annual Rose Tea.  There were 84 women in attendance representing 21 area churches.  One attendee represented the Tabernacle Baptist Church in Clayton, GA.  The program for the evening was "Music Through the Years". The trio, “Minor Miracle” (Jyl Secrest, Judy Guthrie and Angie Howard) entertained us with a selection of popular songs from 1913 - 1958.   A light repast and a three layer anniversary cake were shared as the group celebrated this milestone event.  The Rose Tea has been a tradition at FUMC, and has allowed us the opportunity to fellowship with the women of Union County.  Thank you to everyone who helped make the Rose Tea a success.  A special "thank you" to Carla Rine for her help in the kitchen.


“Food and Fellowship Guaranteed”


  • Friday March 10th – 9a – 6p
  • Saturday March 11th – 9a – 1p
  • Bake Sale -- Saturday Only



Bring “your stuff” to BFLC -- Feb. 20th to March 5th

Items we accept -- Clean clothing, housewares, collectibles, games, fitness  & sporting equipment, linens, sewing/craft items, shoes, jewelry, purses, accessories, holiday items, plants, baby items, books, records, CD's, toys, furniture, tools.

NO TV’s -- NO VHS or Cassette Tapes -- NO Large Appliances -- NO Computers/Parts



We need both men & women to move, sort, price & sell rummage from Sunday March 5th through Saturday March 11th.  This includes both set-up & tear-down.  Feel free to work one hour, one day, or all week.  For an online version of our sign-up, click this link (or copy & paste it into your browser) to go to our invitation page on


Work hours will be:

  • Sunday March 5th -- SET UP DAY -- 12:30 to 2:15 (rack/table crews); 2:15 to 5:00 (sorting); 5:00 potluck.
  • Monday March 6th -- 9a to 4p
  • Tuesday March 7th -- 9a to 8p
  • Wednesday March 8th -- 9a to 4p
  • Thursday March 9th -- 9a to 2p (workers' sale following)
  • Friday March 10th -- SALE DAY #1 -- 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • Saturday March 11th -- SALE DAY #2 & TEAR-DOWN -- 9a to 1p (sale hours); 1:00 to 3:00 pm (tear-down)


CHILDCARE provided for volunteers --

Monday through Friday (March 6th - 10th) -- 9a to noon

Reservations appreciated.  Call/text Amanda Mason (937) 707-7443.



Jeannette McConnell  309-5478         Carol Reed  209-0846

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