Welcome to El Camino Real District UMW! We include the Northern California region from Brentwood in the northeast, to Soledad in the south, to South San Francisco in the northwest.
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.
“El Camino Real,” or “The King’s Highway,” was established in the early 1800’s as a route linking the missions, pueblos, and presidios, from San Diego to Sonoma. Today the route is marked by replicas of mission bells, as it had been in 1915. See more about El Camino Real and the mission bells here.
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Conference Social Action Event: Immigration
April 14, 2018, Sacramento First UMC, 9am-1pm (doors open at 8:30am for check-in and refreshments)
Our guest speakers will be:
The registration flyer includes all event details. Pre-registration is $18, or $20 after March 31. Includes a light breakfast, lunch, and program materials. (Without lunch, it’s $10.)
Important note about registration: If you obtained the flyer before April 4, it had the wrong address for the registrar. If you have not already sent in the registration, please get a new registration flyer (it has the correct address now). If you have already sent in your registration, please call Lynnette at the number shown in the updated registration flyer to confirm she has received your form.
For more event information, contact Rosie Bachand.