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                                                  A Brief History of the
​                                          Women's Missionary Society  
                                 ​of the ​​African Methodist Episcopal Church

In1816 the African Methodist Episcopal Church was organized under the leadership of Richard Allen. The first missionary activities with the women began with the organizing of the Dorcas Society by Richard Allen in 1824. They worked together caring for the ministers who were helping to establish the A. M. E. Church.

Welcome to the official website of the Midwest Conference Women's Missionary Society.

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Dear AME Church Members:

Please find below a message from the International Women's Missionary Society, Dr. Shirley Cason-Reed, President:

Enough is Enough! The Massacres, Murders and Mayhem MUST STOP!

During the 2016 Executive Board Meeting of the Women’s Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, The Supervisor’s Council presented a powerful resolution, and it was immediately approved by International WMS President Dr. Shirley Cason-Reed that addressed “Common Ground for Common Sense Gun Reform.” And, a copy of this resolution and action was sent to President Barak Obama, members of the United States Senate, members of the United States House of Representatives, and the National Gun Lobby.


Jeffery Cooper
General Secretary/CIO
African Methodist Episcopal Church

Please click on the link below to view and share the resolution:


Dear AME Church Members:

Mrs. Rosa L. Parks Day Bill Passes

The Alabama House of Representatives on, March 22, 2018, passed the Rosa Parks Holiday Bill unanimously! The bill now goes to the Governor for her signature. Thank you Rep. Laura Hall and Senator Vivian Figures for sponsoring the bill. Mrs. Parks' legacy will continue for future generations. Special thanks to Bishop Harry L. Seawright, Mr. Lamar Higgins, Pastor Farrell J. Duncombe and Mrs. Parks' home church at the time of her arrest, Saint Paul AME Church - Montgomery, Troy University, Alabama State University and everyone who worked together for this great cause.

"The first day of December of each year is designated as Mrs. Rosa L. Parks Day in this state. All citizens of this state are requested to devote some portion of Mrs. Rosa L. Parks Day to commemorate the accomplishments of Mrs. Rosa L. Parks, a woman of great courage, vision, love and faith who helped usher in the modern civil rights movement on December 1, 1955, by refusing to give up her seat on a bus in Montgomery Alabama. Each resident of this state is requested to observer the day with appropriate activities."


Jeffery Cooper
General Secretary/CIO
African Methodist Episcopal Church

**​Kudos to Bishop Harry Seawright and the people of the Ninth Episcopal District.

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