Women’s Fellowship was formed in 1945 out of a concern for the social problems created by the Second World War. It focused on welfare issues, fellowship and the training of women for leadership roles. Like “Women’s Work”, Women’s Fellowship developed and had its own place within the life of the church for just over 40 years. In 1987, Women’s Fellowship became part of the newly-formed Women’s Network in the Methodist Church.
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