The first women's society was organized in 1890 and called "The Women's Methodist Aid Society". Throughout the years the consistent aims of the society have been to support the financial needs of the Methodist Church. Presently know as the Women's Circle, the group continues annual events such as the bazaar, sales, and The Harvest Dinner to raise money to provide insurance, maintenance and aid .
Meets Third Tuesday of Every Month
1:00pm at the Beulah UMC
A steadfast group of women who meet monthly for devotions, fellowship and planning, these “hands on” gals provide many services.
Refreshments during fellowship after services, collect and assemble items for emergency health care kits which are distributed through the United Methodist Committee on Relief.
For Christmas, they participate in Samaritan’s Purse Christmas Shoebox project. A wide variety of gifts for children are collected and placed in shoeboxes then shipped all over the world.
They provide a full meal following memorial services held at the church and offer simple wedding receptions.
Each fall they help set up, serve and provide pies for the church’s annual community Harvest Dinner.