United Women of Faith of BUMC

The Mission Statement of the United Women in Faith is “We’re a sisterhood acting in faith to tackle the hard work of the world without hesitation.”

BUMC has 3 separate circles that women may join.  These circles allow women to come together for philanthropy, fellowship and prayer.

For more information, visit uwfaith.org, or contact one of the circle leaders.

The Friendship Circle
The Friendship Circle meets the 2nd Monday morning of the month. They participate in a variety of activities including discussions, meetings with speakers, seasonal crafts, trips and luncheons. They also enjoy collecting food items for weekend food bags for Somerset County Food Bank and donating to the Heifer Organization.

Contact Nancy Manger for more information about the Friendship Circle.

The Lydia Circle
The Lydia Circle is an active group of women who enjoy informal fellowship on the second Thursday of each month.  They are devoted to making a difference in the lives of others by preparing PB&J sandwiches for SHIP,  baking cookies for shut ins and Agape House, making Valentines for Nursing homes, filling Easter Eggs for our Community Easter Egg Hunt and participating in the Guardian Angel Program

Contact Lynne Kinch for more information about the Lydia Circle.

The Priscilla Circle
The Priscilla Circle is a Bible & Christian Book Study group that meets on the fourth Monday night of the month in the homes of our members. We are involved in many activities throughout the church including filling “chemo bags” for cancer patients,  making St. Patty’s day candy bags for the food bank and participating in the Guardian Angel program.

Contact Honda Bielefeldt for more information about the Priscilla Circle.


Mission U
Various Dates in July

The Greater New Jersey Conference United Women in Faith will be sponsoring a variety of virtual and in person options for this year's Mission U opportunities. These classes are open to adults, youth and children wondering what would be possible if we tended to the needs of our communities in small and often disruptive ways as Jesus did in Luke 13.