We are women with a purpose!

United Methodist Women of Camp Hill UMC is 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.


Our vision is turning faith, hope and love into action on behalf of women, children and youth around the world!


An opportunity for education is provided by the UMW reading program. Books are recommended in five categories; social action, education for mission, spiritual enrichment, leadership development, and nurturing for community. The UMW reading program shelves in the Fireside Room provide books in each category for check out, as well as, UMW’s Response Magazine. Additionally, there are lists of books on the Reading Program that are available at the Public Library. New material is recommended by National UMW each year and books stay on the list for five years.


Martha Circle

Meets every 4th Monday of the month at 1 pm in the Springfield Private Dining Room at Bethany Village. This intergenerational group includes senior citizens and teens. Most programs are from the UMW program book led by various circle members.

Elizabeth Circle

Meets every 3rd Friday of the month at 10 am in the Fireside Room at Camp Hill UMC. This group does a book study, often from the UMW reading program. Mission projects include Christmas Gift Bags for Lighthouse Ministries and serving lunch to Summer Adventure campers at Neighborhood Center.

Hannah Circle

Meets every 1st Thursday of the month, September through May, in The Fireside Room at Camp Hill UMC from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. We are an intergenerational group of women who engage in many ways to live out the UMW Purpose. New things are always happening on The Hannah Trail!


Harrisburg District UMW Newsletter

Susquehanna Conference UMW Newsletter

Susquehanna Conference Mission u 2019

Susquehanna Conference UMW Annual Day


United Methodist Women Vows to Work Across Difference, Create Inclusive Spaces for All

Feb. 27, 2019, St. Louis, Mo.—As the United Methodist Church concluded its three-day, special session of the General Conference, United Methodist Women vowed to work across differences in the furtherance of mission on behalf of women, children and youth.

United Methodist Women CEO Harriett Jane Olson, issued the following statement:

“The Traditional Plan adopted by General Conference invites clergy, bishops and congregations who do not support the church’s stand regarding….


Linda Fortney

President of Camp Hill UMC UMW