A further transformation in the women’s movements of the Methodist Church in Britain took place on 1st July 2011, when Women’s Network and the British Unit of the World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women (WFMUCW) joined together as part of Methodist Women in Britain (MWiB), a new movement aiming to develop the work of training pioneered by Women’s Fellowship, along with the World Church emphasis of Women’s Work, both of which had been continued through Women’s Network with its motto of “encouraging, enabling and equipping” women. MWiB is committed to finding new ways to engage with women throughout British Methodism and ecumenical churches as well as linking them with women around the world. MWiB operates through a brand new website (www.mwib.org.uk), regular newsletters, regional, national and international conferences and training events. It is run by a small executive of volunteers and a larger Forum, on which each district is represented, along with other areas of women’s activity in the church. Creative spirituality along with a passion for social justice in a global context shape the activities and emphases of the movement.