History of UCW

 On August 13, 1988, a meeting was held at the home of Donna Lou Davis in response to a prior communication that was sent to approximately forty Christian sisters.  The idea was born from the need to unify the sisterhood, and pool resources for the glory of God. Twenty sisters attended the first meeting and from these women’s insightfulness, came the fulfillment of a vision to establish a United Christian Women’s Seminar. The purpose would be to:
 
†      Bring individual sisters together to work as one body, fitly joined together, for the glory of God (Ephesians 4:16).

†      Let our light shine, that Father in heaven may be glorified (Matthew 5:16).

†      Provide a unique opportunity through which aged women can teach younger women how to deal with challenges and issues that they face (Titus 2:3-4).

†      Provide an avenue through which the body of Christ can build ourselves and edify one another through love.

As the role of Christian women in today’s society becomes more intense, UCW has founded and developed programs and initiatives that parallel Christian objectives with today’s concerns. UCW is dedicated to the task of bringing about the unity for which Jesus prayed and mandated us (John 12:21).