El Camino Real District UMW is part of the California-Nevada Conference UMW, which in turn is part of the national United Methodist Women.

Our region includes the southern Bay Area of Northern California, from Pleasanton in the northeast, to Soledad in the south, to Palo Alto in the northwest.

UPCOMING EVENTS (See all events here)

April 7, 2019: Cambrian Park UMW hosts YWCA speaker

You are invited to a special program offered by Cambrian Park UMW, April 7, from 11:45am to 1pm.

Betty Dickey, of Cambrian Park UMW, says, “We are having a speaker from the YWCA in honor of Susie Wilson, a long time member of our church, who was a part of San Jose political scene for many years and loved the Y.  We want to see what they are doing now and how they are contributing to the well-being of girls and women in our community. ”

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About our name
Our District is named for El Camino Real, a major road that runs north-south through many communities in our area.

“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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