Womens Fellowship

"Make you his service your delight And he will make your want his care"
The Ghanaian Methodist Womens Fellowship UK was founded in October 2003 with just 16 members at the Methodist Central Hall, Westminster. Through the rapid and constant growth of the fellowship, we now have a total of 45 members.

General Meetings are held every 4th Saturday of the month at Westminister Central Hall, 3pm-5pm
Executive Meetings are held monthly at the same venue an hour before the general meeting.

List of Current Fellowship Officers

Aims and Objectives:

  • To strengthen the fellowship of Christian women with each other and with Jesus Christ, so that the life of each member may be enriched and that all working together may joyfully serve Jesus Christ and His church.

Members Pledge:

  • To obey Jesus Christ
  • To make their home a Christian home
  • To be loyal to the women fellowship
  • To take part in some definite Christian service

Notable Achievements:

  • 2006:- Women Fellowship UK donated toilet rolls & mattresses to the Accra Psychiatric Hospital valued at about 20 million Cedis.
  • February 2009:- Women Fellowship attended a Service of Induction for the President of London District Women Net work at the Wesleys Chapel.
  • May 2009:- Women fellowship attended a Fundraising event of the London District Section C Womens Network at Shirley Methodist Church Eldon Avenue.
  • Regular meetings with our Patrons, with a view to showing our appreciation for their support and also getting to know them, the meetings give us the opportunity of briefing them of our aims and objectives and developments within the Fellowship
  • April 2010:- Contributed items of clothing to the Rafiki Orphanage in Ghana during the visit of the GMF Youth to Ghana.
  • Supported the construction of the Bolgatanga Day Centre, in Ghana.
  • Bi annual Visits to the Methodist Homes for the Aged in the UK
  • June 2010:- A Cantata entitled Esther the Beautiful Queen was staged by Womens Fellowship as part of our anniversary celebration and the proceeds was used to purchase medical consumables and toiletries for the Accra Psychiatric Hospital and The Methodist Home for the Aged UK.
  • August 2011 A consignment of Dinner Plates, to be presented to the following :- Rafiki Orphanage in Gyahadze, Country-Side Childrens Welfare Home, Awutu Bawjiase by the Vice President Sister Edna Kofi Opata.
  • May 2011 : Women Fellowship organised a weekend retreat to Ashburnham. We were accompanied by one Patron and a Minister.

Our Vision for the Future:

  • To undertake annual fundraising activities.
  • To visit our sisters in Methodist churches in London every quarter in order to raise awareness of women fellowship.
  • To have annual retreat
  • To integrate with the Methodist Church Women network groups
  • To support other charities in Ghana through GMF