The United Methodist Women (UMW) is an organized community of women whose purpose is to know God and experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship and to expand concepts of mission. The UMW has a variety of opportunities for fellowship. Please click on the UMW Fellowship Group section of the website for more details. Groups meet in the morning, the evenings and all meet once a month, September through June. There’s a group for women of all ages! If you are unable to commit to a monthly meeting, the UMW sponsors three unit events each year. Check the UMW bulletin board at the church to find detailed information about individual groups and meeting times. Join anytime during the year.

UMW Fellowship Groups

A wonderful way to meet other women and make friends is to join one of Centreville’s four UMW Fellowships or be a Member At-Large. The groups are open to new members throughout the year and all members participate in a wide range of activities and strive to bring women in the church closer to one another. Below are descriptions of each fellowship and contact information. Our fellowships are always eager to welcome new members.

Fannie Harrison Fellowship meets every third Monday at 7:30 PM in members’ homes. A wide variety of programs are presented including speakers, crafts, spiritual reflection, mission-related issues, etc.   For more information please contact Angela Peabody at

Felicity Fellowship is one of the largest in the church. Meetings are held on the third Monday of the month at 7:30 PM in members’ homes.  Felicity supports several local missions though donations and fund-raising and presents related programs throughout the year.  For more information please contact Carol Engelbrecht at

Morning Glory Fellowship is one of the oldest existing fellowships at CUMC and meets at 9:30 AM on the third Wednesday of the month at the church. Members and guests present a wide variety of programs and participate in local, national and worldwide mission projects. For more information contact Debbie Fox at