We are part of an international organization of women. Our chapter supports many local, national, and international missions and supports emergency response.

Funds are raised through:

  • Annual membership pledges
  • Catering (teas, dinners, and special events)
  • June rummage sale

Membership is open to all women. The chapter meets on the first Tuesday of the month (Sept-May) at 11 am in the Christian Life Center. Lunch is provided (donations accepted) and a program is offered. Circles, smaller groups of women from the chapter, also meet for education and special projects.  

UMW Missions

The Webster Hills United Methodist Women provide support to the following missions:

International Missions

PET International, Inc. (Personal Energy Transportation)

Constructs and distributes hand-cranked three-wheeled carts to people in developing countries who have lost mobility because of injury or disease.

Hanhane Women’s Shelter

Located near Massinga in Mozambique, this shelter serves women who have been abandoned by their families.

National Missions


Red Bird Mission

Provides  medical care, education and social services in southeastern Kentucky.


Midwest Mission Distribution Center (MMDC)

This disaster relief facility near Springfield, Illinois  collects and distributes items to assist in disaster recovery.


Susanna Wesley Family Learning Center

Center provides a spectrum of services to build healthy families in and around East Prairie, Missouri. Services include domestic violence prevention, parenting, literacy, teen outreach and nutrition.

Local Missions

The Webster Hills chapter provides volunteer time and financial support to these local missions:

Board of Religious Organizations (BRO)

Each year, BRO supplies new and gently used toys, books, games, and other gifts to more than 5,000 children in St. Louis. Our UMW Creation Circle has been active in putting together infant layettes for BRO.


Epworth Children & Family Services

Based in Webster Groves, Missouri, Epworth provides youth emergency service, residential treatment, transitional/independent living programs, and much more.


Kingdom House

Located in South St. Louis, Kingdom House provides a multitude of services, including food and clothing assistance, job training, and youth and teen programs


Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House

A United Methodist community center in East St. Louis, Illinois, the Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House (http://www.lessiebatesdavis.org) provides early childhood and preventions services, a comprehensive youth services program, and services to older adults.