Broomfield United Methodist Church
Monday, October 12, 2015


The Broomfield United Methodist Women sponsor seven different Circles, which function as Small Groups devoted to fellowship, learning, and service. Most Circles meet once a month, except for the Viola-Lois Circle, which meets twice monthly on the first and third Saturdays at 8am for Bible Study and fellowship.  The United Methodist Women also sponsor a Young Women’s Group, which meets for fellowship on the first Monday of each month. In addition, the United Methodist Women sponsor several general events throughout the year which are open to all women. To find the right Circle for you, call Diann Eason, President, at 303-465-1478!  


Find Your Circle:
The Carrie Rachel Circle meets for fellowship, project work and a program in Room 203 at BUMC on the 4th Monday each month from 6:30-8pm. They make blankets for the Linus Blanket Program. Contact Garnet Smith, 303-666-5869 for information.
The Katherine Church-Esther Circle  meets once a month in the Fellowship Hall on the 2nd Thursday each month from 12:30-2pm unless otherwise noted. Contact Georgeanne Beck, 303-469-3187 for information.

The Lydia Circle meets on the 2nd Thursday each month at 6:30pm in a member’s home. They work on various mission projects including Project Valentine. Contact Nila Brummund, 720-708-8837 or Susan Thode, 303-469-2961 for information.

The Mary Martha Circle meets the 3rd Wednesday each month from 9-11am. They work on special projects including Easter baskets for distribution by FISH, Project Valentine and Operation Christmas Child. Contact Lora Fulton, 303-439-2129 for information.

The Naomi Ruth Circle meets the 2nd Wednesday each month at 9:30am in the Fellowship Hall. They are a busy group of  seniors who make May Baskets for shut-ins and work on other UMW projects. Contact Norita Walsh, 303-469-2306 or Edith Martin, 303-466-3453 for information.


The Viola Lois Circle meets for fellowship and Bible Study on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays each month, 8-9:30am in the Conference Room. Contact Elsa Fuhrer, 303-910-4592 or Jan Dille, 303-453-0484 for information.



You’re invited to stop by or call to see if one of our groups is right for you.

More about the United Methodist Women:


Faith-Hope-Love in Action. The UMW is a women’s group whose purpose is to support ministries locally and globally, offer fellowship, and to be centered in relationship with God through Jesus Christ. All women are welcome to attend and learn more about how to get involved! Feel free to call our president Diann at 303-465-1478 if you’d like to learn more but you’re not sure which circle is right for you.

Links of Interest


UMW Membership: Who Can Belong?
You do not have to be a United Methodist Church member to join us and the circles welcome women of all ages.

Questions? Contact these Elected Officers:  

President: Diann Eason (303-465-1478)

Secretary: Lora Fulton (303-439-2129)

Treasurer: Sherry Schartau (303-466-4815)

Sec. of Program Resources: Shirley Claire (303-428-1385) and Georgeanne Beck

Publicity: Aricia Shaffer (720-629-5863)

Nominating Comm. Chrmn: Jan Dillie (303-453-0484)



Education & Interpretation: Lauri Kiel (303-324-2526)

Membership Nurture & Outreach: Donna Escol (303-664-8298)

Social Action: Norita Walsh (303-469-2306)

Spiritual Growth: Linda Wheeler (303-955-8879)

United Methodist Women assembling Valentine bags
for those battling cancer. 
The United Methodist Women present "Lunch, Laughter & Tiaras" on Saturday, October 17, 2015 from 11am-1pm in BUMC. Join us to learn how you are Christ's crowning jewel while enjoying a light lunch, door prizes, chocolate and tiaras included. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. All women interested in learning more about UMW are welcome! Contact Aricia at or stop by the UMW table in the Sanctuary lobby on September 27 or October 11.
United Methodist Women (UMW) Purpose Statement

The organized unit of United Methodist Women shall be a community of women whose PURPOSE is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship: and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.