Deepen your faith, connect in fellowship, grow in grace, and reach out in mission.

United Women in Faith

United Women in Faith seeks to connect with and nurture women through Christian spiritual formation, leadership development, creative fellowship, and education so that they can inspire, influence and impact local and global communities. As we grow in our relationship with God and our experience of freedom through Jesus Christ, we can expand the concepts of mission locally and globally.

Troy United Women in Faith support many different missions, local and abroad. Women engage in missions in several ways: volunteering on-site, fundraising for charities, and other programs and activities.
The emblem of United Women in Faith represents the growth of knowledge and blossoming Faith of Women in Jesus Christ throughout the world. The four colors represent Sprit, Leadership, Fellowship, and Education through which we take action to address the needs of women and children in our community.
To participate in any of these opportunities, please contact Bethel Rogers.

2024 Missions

The Covering House:  Provides refuge and restoration, using the least restrictive environment, for sexually exploited and trafficked children and teens.
Cunningham Children’s Home:  Provides support to children, youth, and families, including residential care and community-based services.
Equipping the Called:  Provides aid, comfort, and relief to children in crisis, which includes, but is not limited to, drug endangered children and those placed into foster care.  It is our goal to provide the most basic items such as clothing, toiletries, and other personal care items to children who have become displaced or dislodged from their home.
Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House:  A multi-purpose, faith-based community center in relationship with the United Methodist Church. Our mission is to empower individuals and families to move out of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency.
Midwest Mission Distribution Center:  Provides opportunities for individuals and groups of all walks of life, denominational backgrounds, abilities, and ages to help provide disaster relief, education, and medical supplies to those in need locally, nationally, and internationally.
Ministries Unlimited: A food pantry for less fortunate individuals in the Triad School District.
Oasis Women’s Center: Provides comfort and shelter for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.    
Red Bird Mission: Red Bird Mission, Inc. and Red Bird Clinic, Inc. have been providing ministries in Appalachia since 1921. We strive to meet the needs of chronic poverty, lack of jobs, and poor housing through ministry in five areas: Education, Health and Wellness, Community Outreach, Economic Opportunity, and Community Housing Improvement.
Spero Family Services:  Provides child welfare services and community services to individuals and families in Southern Illinois.

Small Groups

Grow in your faith alongside your sisters in Christ. Journey Groups are a great way to make lasting friendships and grow in your faith journey. There are currently a couple groups for women and a group for young women.

Crafting Groups


The Sew Much Joy group meets the first and third Tuesday of the month and sews service projects.
Contact Jane Johnson or Jean Nelson for information about joining the group.