WILLIAMSPORT - Planting Seeds of Hospitality was the theme for Church Women United May Friendship Day celebration at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church. The Rev. Doris Doub led the Bible study.
An ecumenical women's organization organized in 1918, Church Women United is 90 years old.
The organization was known by several names prior to 1941 when it became Church Women United.
Honored at this year's celebration were five Outstanding Young Church Women.
- Amy Renner, a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Funkstown. A third grade teacher at Eastern Elementary School, she holds a certificate in church music from the Church Music Institute at Shenandoah University.
At her church she is a member of the chancel choir, the evangelism committee and the congregational council and will be working with Vacation Bible School this summer.
- Kathy R. Woodson of Zion Baptist Church in Hagerstown holds a bachelor's degree from Howard University and a paralegal degree from Professional Career Development Institute.
She is employed as a District Court commissioner. At Zion she is director and member of the adult choir, director of the youth choir, a member of the Praise Team and participates in the singing ministry at nursing homes.