2 edition of history of the Women"s Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1874-1987. found in the catalog.
history of the Women"s Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1874-1987.
Octavia W. Dandridge
Bibliography: p. 173-174.
|LC Classifications||BX8440.W663 D36 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 175 p. :|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||87202532|
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African Methodism: God our Father, Christ our Redeemer, Holy Spirit our Comforter, Humankind our Family. Radio, Television, Streaming, Facebook, Twitter, Email, Texting, Snail Mail and the Oral Tradition are great tools through which we may witness to the reality of a loving God, the teaching and sacrifice of a loving Savior, Jesus Christ, and the.Sarah AllenMissionary Sarah Allen (–) was one of the most famous and revered church women of her time, beloved for establishing the first recognized charity organization for female parishioners and honored as the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church's first female missionary.
She also aided runaway slaves through the famous Underground Railroad.The Women's Missionary Society is an organic part of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Its evolution dates back towhen Mother Sarah Bass Allen (wife of Richard Allen, founder of the A.M.E. Church) organized the Dorcas Society.
The purpose of the Dorcas Society was to take care of the preachers that were sent into the field.