Church Women United
Call us at: 1 (800) 298-5551

Participating Denominational & Ecumenical Women’s Organizations

African Methodist Episcopal Church (Women’s Missionary Society)

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (Women’s Home and Overseas Missionary Society)

American Baptist Churches in the USA (American Baptist Women’s Ministries)

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) (International Christian Women’s Fellowship)

Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (Women’s Missionary Council)

Church of God (Women of the Church of God)

Church of the Brethren (Program for Women)

Church of the New Jerusalem (Swedenborgian) (Alliance of New Church Women)

Community of Christ (Women’s Ministries Commission)

Council of Hispanic American Ministries (Ecumenical) (Women’s Department of COHAM)

Cumberland Presbyterian Church (Cumberland Presbyterian Women)

The Episcopal Church (Women in Mission and Ministries)

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)

International Council of Community Churches (Women’s Christian Fellowship)

Korean American Church Women United (Ecumenical Women’s Fellowship)

The Mar Thoma Church (Women’s Evangelistic Service Association)

The Mennonite Church (Women’s Missionary & Service Commission)

The Moravian Church in America (North) (Provincial Women’s Board, Northern Province)

The Moravian Church in America (South) (Provincial Women’s Board, Southern Province)

National Baptist Convention of America (Women’s Missionary Union)

National Baptist Convention USA, Inc. (Women’s Convention)

National Council of Churches of Christ in America (Women’s Ministries)

Presbyterian Church (USA) (Presbyterian Women)

Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc. (Women’s Department)

Reformed Church in America (Reformed Church Women’s Ministries)

Religious Society of Friends (United Society of Friends Women International)

United Church of Christ (Coordinating Center for Women in Church and Society)

The Salvation Army

The United Methodist Church (United Methodist Women)


Plus women from other Christian traditions

(i.e. Roman Catholic, Orthodox, etc. ) who support CWU individually.