The United Methodist Women organization provides a means for women to meet new friends, become involved in various mission and service projects, and encourage one another in the Christian faith.
Meet the Circles
The following Circles meet for study, prayer, fellowship, projects and fun. New members of all ages are always welcome!
ESTHER CIRCLE is a diverse group of fun loving, caring ladies who like to focus on missions benefitting children and helping to stop domestic and international human trafficking. For information contact Anita Beck or call the church office 317-773-2500.
GRACE CIRCLE combines mission work with a supportive fellowship, and meets the second Monday morning of each month during the school months (August-May) at 9am. Their focus is service including College Care and Indiana United Methodist Children’s Home. They chair the Lenten Breakfast. For information contact Karen Staton at 317-408-3026 or
LYDIA CIRCLE meets on the third Tuesday evening of each month at 6:30pm in the Student Ministry South room and concentrates on mission and ministry. The members have chaired the Chicken Noodle Dinner and helped at the Fishers Food Pantry. For information contact Marilyn Hensley at 317-694-7007 or
PRISCILLA CIRCLE meets on the second Wednesday evening of each month at 6:30pm in the Church Parlor. The Circle hosts the Bags, Baskets and Blessings event each November. They sort, pack and deliver supplies for babies to organizations in Hamilton County that serve families in need. Luncheons and field trips provide additional opportunities for fellowship. For information contact Phyllis Hunter at 317-770-2314 or .
REBEKAH CIRCLE’s focus is on Christian fellowship, service and learning. Meetings are on the third Wednesday of each month at 9:30am usually in the Church Parlor. Field trips to faith related attractions and service events such as the Church Rummage Sale and the Christmas Tea are highlights of the year. For information contact Carol Brost at 317-896-3246 or
RUTH CIRCLE’s focus is connecting women in fellowship and spiritual growth while being a support group to the Teter Organic Farm’s mission to address food insecurity and educate children about healthy eating. This group meets on the third Sunday of each month at 6pm at Teter Retreat. For information contact Amber Good at 317-379-2023 or
- Metro Ministries
- NFUMC Student Ministries
- Indiana United Methodist Children’s Home
- Janus Developmental Services
- Third Phase
- The Lucille Raines Home
- Riverview Health Clinic
- NFUMC mission trips
- Prayer shawls
- Midwest Mission Distribution Center
- Noblesville Red Stocking Fund
- I-Win Foundation
- Sunshine Friends
- Come to Me Food Pantry
- Dress a Girl Around the World
- Little Angel Gowns
- Jail ministries
- McKenna Goad Scholarship Fund