MT. ZION UNITED WOMEN IN FAITH
United Women in Faith is the largest denominational faith organization for women with approximately 800,000 members whose mission is fostering spiritual growth, developing leaders, and advocating for justice.
Members raise up to $20 million each year for programs and projects related to women, children, and youth in the United States and in more than 100 countries around the world.
The main focus of the United Women in Faith is to reach out to the community in missions through our circles, retreats, and spiritual growth gatherings. In addition, our organization provides and supports the leadership development of its members to give women of all racial, ethnic, language, and economic groups the opportunity to realize their full potential and to participate in the life of the church and society.
The organized unit of United Women in Faith 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.
If you would like more information, please call the church office, at 770-971-1465, and they will direct your call.
Join A United Women in Faith Circle
"We put our words into action through various hands-on projects throughout the year, supporting the Mt. Zion Craft Show, local nursing homes, Mt. Zion shut-ins, MUST, and various charities. We also have a mix of programs ranging from summer field trips to health experts to mission speakers."
Meet: Once a month; 2nd Tuesday 10:00 am in the Youth Center.
Circle Co-Chairs: Susan Humphries & Kay Anderson
"We are dedicated to supporting each other through Christian fellowship and reaching out to others in our community, our nation, and the world through our service projects."
Meet: Once a month; 1st Tuesday 7:00 pm in a member's home.
Circle Chair: April Conaway
"We are a group of women of all ages who meet for Christian fellowship at local restaurants and members’ homes."
Meet: Once a month; Thursdays at local restaurants
Circle Co-Chairs: Kathy Jacobson & Cynthia Waskowsky
"We enjoy fellowship while sewing for charity. Keepsake Quilters started with the purpose of designing and sewing the craft show quilt. We quickly expanded our vision into sewing quilts for many charities such as: DFACS, Red Cross, Grand Junction Camp for Chronically Ill Children, Project Linus, Tiny Stitches, and other various charities."
Meet: Twice a month; 3rd and 4th Tuesday 10:00 am at Tiny Stitches Quilt Shop, 2520 E Piedmont Road, 30062.
Circle Co-Chairs: Lynn Hemby & Elaine Otterbourg
"Join us to sew, serge, knit or crochet baby items that are donated to the Tiny Stitches Organization in Duluth where volunteers put together layettes of 30+ items and take them to hospitals in seven counties in north Georgia for indigent families. Tiny Stitches provides patterns, fabric, ribbing, and yarn for all of their projects. We just provide the labor and love. You may also pick up supplies and work on your projects at home.
Meet: Once a month; 3rd Thursday 9:30-11:30 in the Upper Room.
Circle Chair: Linda Hargis
The Yarn Spinners Fellowship provides an opportunity for beginning knitters, experienced knitters, and crocheters to get together, to help each other, to exchange knitting tips, patterns, and ideas, and to enjoy each other’s company.
Meet: Once a month;1st Tuesday 9:30 am in the Youth Center.
Circle Chair: Karen Kuntz