Tuesday, July 16 (12:00 pm EDT) - Friday, July 19, 2019 (4:00 pm EDT)
University of Indianapolis
1400 E Hanna Ave.
Indianapolis IN
Each year, United Methodist Women members prepare for faithful living and action by studying more about mission.  Three mission studies are offered at Mission u:  geographical, a topical and a spiritual growth study.  These studies motivate, inform, and enrich our commitment to global ministry.
Mission u reflects the theology of The United Methodist Church and the practice of joining personal holiness with social holiness.  Through worship, in-depth study, music, prayer, and sharing and exploring, we invite YOU to grow with us in understanding the mission of the church.
Double Room
$ 275
Single Room
$ 360
$ 170
Monday evening arrival
$  35
$ 100
$ 175

Payment Information:  Visa and MasterCard accepted -print your receipt

Check payments must be mailed within 7 days of registration.  Please include a copy of your invoice with your check.

Make checks payable to INUMC

Mail to:
Attn:  Lisa Timmerman
301 Pennsylvania Parkway, #300
Indianapolis, IN 46280


Registration deadline:  July 1, 2019 at 11:59 pm
Spiritual Growth: Practicing Resurrection
             The Gospel of Mark and Radical Discipleship
Study begins in Mark 14 with the story of a woman who bursts into a gatheirng of male disciples to anoint Jesus, and to the surprise of the disciples, is resoundingly affirmed.  The study incorporates the stories of those on the margins to uncover how the gospel is alive and well today - how God is and always has been calling us to live out the Word in a radical way.
Facilitator:  Rev. Derek Weber
Geographical Study:  Women United for Change
             150 Years in Mission
We will explore and celebrate the history of United Methodist Women and its predecessor organizations.
Facilitators:  Martha Milhouse, Lisa Morris, Margaret Pruden and Rita Gaither-Gant
Issue Study:  What About Our Money?
               A Faith Response
The focus of this study is both personal and communal.  We will explore our own relationship with money, the money choices available to us, and how we individually and collectively respond to economic inequalities in light of our faith.
Facilitators:  Mary Ann Moman, Kathy White
ChiMiCa Study
     Marked:  A Mission Study with Jesus in the 
     Gospel of Mark          
The children will join Jesus on an exciting lifelong pilgrimage of discipleship and mission.
Facilitaor:  Pauline Neal
For children ages 3 through 5th grade (mature 5th graders may register for YoPeMiCa, if preferred)
YoPeMiCa Study
     Who Do You Say That I Am?
     Meeting Jesus Through the Eyes of Mark
This study will guide our youth through the Gospel of Mark, helping them to define who Jesus is to them, who he says he is in scripture, and how this impacts how we live our lives.
Facilitator: Adam Duell
For youth 5th grade through 12th grade.  (younger 5th graders may register for ChiMiCa, if preferred)