Roser Guild

Roser Guild

SCHOLARSHIPS ♦ Applications are due by May 1st. The Roser Women’s Guild is offering scholarships for the 2017-2018 school year. Those students awarded 2016-2017 scholarships must reapply for the 2017-2018 school year. Scroll down for more information and the application form.  Applications are also available in the church office or by calling 941-778-0414. Ann Jones, Scholarship Chair

Church Women United ♦ The Friendship Luncheon is on May 5 at Westminster Towers and Shores. A $5.00 donation to CWU is requested. The Valiant Woman Award and the Young Woman Award will be presented at the luncheon. Don’t forget to set aside your coins for the Fellowship of the Least Coin. Contact Peggy for tickets and more information or call the church (941-778-0414).

Fellowship of the Least Coin is a global ecumenical women’s prayer movement. Individuals or groups may join by committing to pray for peace, justice and reconciliation among families and communities, and worldwide. Each time a woman prays, she sets aside the least coin of her local currency as a symbol of the prayer. Women’s national groups collect the coins and send them to the central fund c/o World Council of Churches. The prayers offered and the least coins collected support projects for women and children around the world.

Christian Women have participated in this movement since it began in 1956 when a woman in the Philippines, Shanti Solomon, had a vision of women praying for each other across boundaries, setting aside a coin as a symbol of their sincerity. Some Roser women pray and collect pennies daily. They may be collected at circle and Guild meetings and are dedicated as a part of the program at the Church Women United May Friendship luncheon, May 5th. Persons who would like to participate with prayer and coins should leave them so marked by Wednesday at the church office this week so they may be included in the dedication and sent this year. Peggy Nash, CWU Key

Migrant Sewing ♦ The Migrant Sewing Circle have completed 162 quilts and 40 layettes. These items will be dedicated when the season begins again in the fall. The quilts and layettes will then be delivered to migrant workers during the November Migrant Tea.

The Migrant Sewing Circle began 64 years ago. It is estimated that they have created over 3,150 quilts and over 1,100 layettes. They have filled 950 school bags, made bandages and more!
Margo Wood Kingsley


The deadline for applications is May 1st, 2017.

Scholarship information:

  • The sum of $375 per semester will be awarded to qualified part-time students enrolling in 6-11 credit hours of undergraduate courses.
  • The sum of $750 per semester will be awarded to full-time students enrolling in 12 credit hours or more of under graduate courses.
  • The scholarship will be limited to $1,500 per year and be available for four years of undergraduate courses.

The scholarship will:

  • Be paid directly to the school in which the applicant is enrolled and be dispersed by them.
  • Be used for tuition, books, supplies, and fees.
  • Be limited to courses leading to undergraduate degrees.
  • Be awarded to students maintaining a 2.75 cumulative point (CPA) average.


  • A United States Citizen
  • A leagal resident of Manatee County, Florida
  • Enrolled in an accredited Florida College or University unless curriculum choice is unavailable
  • Academically qualified–a 2.5 GPA on a 4 point scale
  • A maximum one page essay explaining why you are seeking an undergraduate degree
  • A self-snapshot
  • A grade transcript

The essay, self-snapshot and transcript need to be emailed to or mailed to: Roser Memorial Community Church, Women’s Guild Scholarship Chairman, PO Box 247, Anna Maria FL 34216

Guild Scholarship Application Form
These items can also be snail mailed to Roser Memorial Community Church, Women's Guild Scholarship Chairman, PO Box 247, Anna Maria FL 34216