Maudie Benton said being a member of United Methodist Women has been a rewarding experience.
“It has made me grow stronger in my faith in how I not only can help people in my church, community, and state, but throughout the world,” Benton said. “An organization of such will strengthen the church because women are persistent in getting things done.”
Benton has recently been named the President of United Methodist Women for the Starkville District of the Mississippi Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.
Wesley United Methodist Church has learned that a church is more than a building this year, but they are excited to have a brand new “home.”
But church members are very excited to move into their new church building in April, with a special consecration service set tentatively for 3 p.m. Palm Sunday, April 13.
“This date has not been finalized but we are hopeful that we will be able to finalize it very soon,” said Rev. J. L. Morris, pastor of Wesley United Methodist Church. “To God be the glory.” Continue reading