United Methodist Women

The United Methodist Women are a vital part of the ministries and missions at Keller UMC. They offer a variety of small groups for study and fellowship. Women of all ages are invited  to join!


The Crafty Crafters meet on the first Wednesday of each month (September-May). Most of the craft projects are associated with a specific mission project. We meet at 9:30am in DAC 417. For more information, contact Janette Gerig, 682-667-5662.

Current Schedule:
April 3 – Make Mother's Day handouts
May 1 – Continue making Mother's Day handouts


Esther Circle is primarily involved with social justice issues and meets the third Thursday of each month unless otherwise specified. Social time begins at 6pm and the study begins at 6:30pm in DAC 415.  Contact Kara Hammonds for for more information. 

Current Schedule:
April 18 - Volunteer for Holy Thursday Services
May 16 - Article from Response
June 20 - Field Trip


Mary Circle meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month (September-May) from 10-11:30am in DAC 415. All women of the church are invited. For more information, contact Robyn Childress.

Current Schedule:
April 23 – Chapter 4: Covenantal Living
May 28 – Chapter 5: Making It Work

Ongoing Service Projects:
~ Collection of antibiotic ointment, band-aids, and 2X2 gauze sponges for Get Ye Them to Eat ministry
~Evergreen Apartments-collection of paper products and personal care products for residents


A United Methodist Women book club that meets the third Friday of each month (September-May) at 10am in DAC 416. Book titles are chosen from the approved UMW reading list on social issues. RSVP and let us know you are coming and if you will need a book! For more information, contact Imma Jeanne Alexander. 

Current Schedule:
April 19: Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver 
(The story of a family who attempted to eat only locally grown food for an entire year)
May 17: The Road to Character  by David Brooks 
(Brooks challenges us, and himself, to re-balance the scales between our “résumé virtues”—achieving wealth, fame, and status—and our “eulogy virtues,” those that exist at the core of our being: kindness, bravery, honesty or faithfulness, focusing on what kind of relationships we have formed.)


Finding it hard to schedule a regular time to meet with friends for fellowship, study, and prayer? Perhaps a Cyber Circle will be just what you need. We have launched our very first UMW Cyber Circle designed to connect busy women through their computers or smart phones. This approach can establish a community of women who nurture and encourage one another in their faith journey. Cyber Circle meets the second Tuesday each month, 8:30-9:30pm, on Zoom. Due to online restrictions, this group is limited to 10 participants. Link for Zoom will be sent out to each participant to connect with the group. For more information, contact June Johnson.

Current Schedule:
April 9 - Study of the book of Esther in the Bible

Future studies will be voted on by the participants in Cyber Circle. 


The UMW Sisters of Sewing (S.O.S.) find fellowship in gathering the second Monday of the month (September-May) to make items for mission projects and learn new sewing/quilting techniques. They meet at 9:30am in DAC  417. Come join the fun and kinship! Even if you aren't a seamstress you are invited to join us- we have great teachers!  For details, please contact Julie McLauchlin, 817-337-2790 or Gloria Faver.

Current Schedule:
Special Summer work days:
June 10 
- Working on fleece blankets,, 9am-noon in DAC 414 
July 8 - tba
August 12 - tba


Are you looking to connect with other moms? Would you like a group of women you can share the joys and struggles of raising children in today’s world with?  Does finding a place where you can be physically and spiritually refreshed sound wonderful? Busy Moms is a United Methodist Women’s circle for moms designed to focus on creating community and spiritual renewal. Monthly daytime meetings will include a range of activities such as preparing freezer meals, effective de-cluttering techniques and service projects. Meetings are the fourth Thursday of each month in FLC 204 at 9:30am. This circle will not meet in the summer months. Monthly evening meetings will offer a Moms' Night Out where the group will go out to dinner together giving everyone an opportunity to relax, enjoy and connect. Contact Kristal Haskins or text 402-217-2343 for details.

Current Schedule:
Tuesday, April 9 - 6:30pm
Mom's Night Out - Meet at Grub Burger Bar, 3101 Heritage Trace Pkwy, Suite 101,  Fort Worth, TX 76177.

More to come as the Busy Moms will plan their schedule based on the interests and needs of those participating! 


Super Moms provides an evening group setting for study, worship, fellowship and service for women who work during the day. Super Moms is going to meet the second Sunday of every month from 5-6:30pm. They will meet in the home of a member, and each member will bring an appetizer or dessert to share. To get things started, Super Moms are going to read the book For the Love by Jen Hatmaker. Purchase your book wherever you choose - it will be used as a springboard for conversations. For more information, please contact Jenny Muzik.

Current Schedule:
March 24 at Jenny Muzik's home. Chapters 3-5.
April 14 at FNG in Keller at 5pm. Chapters 6-8.
May 19 location tba. Finish the book.


This UMW circle meets on Tuesdays at 9:30am in the FLC 204.  They began a new study September 3 through November 19 on the book, Uninvited, by Lysa TerKeust. Contact Ali Beckwith for more information.

Journeys CIRCLE

This UMW circle is for moms of high schoolers, college students or young adults. This group meets the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm in the DAC 414 for fellowship, worship, study and service.  Contact Corinne Green for more information.

July 23, 6:30pm - Social event at Craft and Vine in Roanoke. All who are interested in this circle are invited to attend. 

Pocket Change

Pocket Change is an annual UMW fundraiser, that supports various ministries each year. 


Learn more about United Methodist Women and opportunities here in the Central Texas Conference.