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


In 1816 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.
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Welcome to the official website of the Midwest Conference Women's Missionary Society.


Message from





​​​​​Bishop John F. White, Commission Chair, Global Witness and Ministry Dr. Shirley Cason-Reed, President, International Women's Missionary Society (WMS):


​The Women’s Missionary Society of the A.M.E. Church
join forces with The COUNCIL OF BISHOPS

“A Call to Conscience”
This is a challenging and difficult time in the life of our nation and the world.
​It is a time which demands the church of Jesus Christ, to live up to what it is called to do, to represent Jesus Christ in His world, to be about the work of His kingdom on earth. Historically, the Black Church has been “the conscience of the nation.” During the Civil Rights Movement, it was the Black Church, which called and moved the nation to live up to its words and its creeds, to genuinely seek, “to be one nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all.”​​
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                        WIM Press Release -  Women of Color


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In the midst of a rapidly deteriorating political climate, Our First Lady Michelle Obama challenged us as people of integrity and high moral conscience to remain above reproach with this directive “when they go low we go high.” As women, more particularly women of color in this country, we have clothed ourselves in strength and dignity despite this nation’s oppression, repression, and suppression of us. We have overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles by holding fast to our deep-rooted faith and the spiritual conviction that we are no less than daughters of God.

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