WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION (WMU)
WMU 2021 Theme:
“Christian Women Working Together on God’s Mission on One Accord”
Acts 1:14, Acts 2:1-3
Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of hosts. Zechariah 4:6
We, the women of New Era District have been praying, and have been successful during the Lord’s work, but there is so much more to be done. What disparity we have in these United States today. People don’t know Christ as their personal savior. We don’t have the institution of the family hardly anymore. Our children are being abused. We must be in the business of reaching out to an unsaved world. We know the spirit of God speaks to us constantly, giving us directions. This is a reminder that all of our work for God depends not on human strength or power or prowess, but upon God’s spirit for fruition.
We are going to go deeper into the work, in God’s vineyard depending on him to bring it into fruition. Even before God created the heavens and the earth, he knew you and me and he chose us! You and I were born because of God’s good pleasure. May the spirit of God abide with you this new year and forever.
President Jackie Brown
President Emeritus: Ruthy Sanders
1st Vice President: Lora Griffin
2nd Vice President: Karen Bradley
Youth Director: Shavon Brown
Associate Youth Director: Avis McGary
Recording Secretary: Sandra Jones
Asst. Recording Secretary: Tracy Reed
Corresponding Secretary: Brenda Rucker
Asst. Corresponding Secretary: Vacant
Treasurer: Lisa Weaver
Financial Secretary: Cathey Davis
Mrs. Jackie Brown
FIRST PRESIDENT: Mrs. Susie Pendleton 1908‐1912
SECOND PRESIDENT: Mrs. Rosie Gipson 1912‐1916
THIRD PRESIDENT: Mrs. Mamie Johnson 1916‐1929
FOURTH PRESIDENT: Mrs. Ethel K. Thomas 1929‐1951
FIFTH PRESIDENT: Mrs. Nannie M. Marshall 1951‐1956
SIXTH PRESIDENT: Mrs. Ethel J. Talley 1956‐1970
SEVENTH PRESIDENT: Mrs. Annie M. Tucker 1970‐1983
EIGHTH PRESIDENT: Mrs. Ruthy Sanders 1983‐1997
NINETH PRESIDENT: Mrs. Erma Eason 1997‐2001
TENTH PRESIDENT: Ms. Elouise Dukes 2001‐2005
ELEVENTH PRESIDENT: Ms. Onita Omorodion 2005‐2011
TWELFTH PRESIDENT : Mrs. Irma Johnson 2011‐ 2017
THIRTEENTH PRESIDENT: Mrs. Jacqueline Brown 2017- Present
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Former WMU Presidents
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January 1, 2023
Friends and Family!
I hope you have all had a wonderful time this Christmas with your loved ones. Christmas this year was so much fun and I really enjoyed the time I was able to spend with everyone. Every year we ask each other what Christmas traditions their families have and we try to implement those. So this year looked like matching pajamas, eggs benedict for breakfast on Christmas Eve, cinnamon rolls for breakfast on Christmas morning, reading the Christmas story, carols by candlelight, and of course a secret Santa for exchanging gifts. Friends and Family!
I hope you have all had a wonderful time this Christmas with your loved ones. Christmas this year was so much fun and I really enjoyed the time I was able to spend with everyone. Every year we ask each other what Christmas traditions their families have and we try to implement those. So this year looked like matching pajamas, eggs benedict for breakfast on Christmas Eve, cinnamon rolls for breakfast on Christmas morning, reading the Christmas story, carols by candlelight, and of course a secret Santa for exchanging gifts.
God continues to amaze me with His kindness and love throughout this whole journey of midwifery. From the amazing people that He has brought into my life, to the beautiful life that I am privileged to help bring into this world. I could not have chosen a better path for my life in 2022! I’m so thankful that Jesus is in control and doing life with Him has been the absolute best!
Being fully funded for the December tuition payment
Being surrounded by an amazing Jesus-loving community
Going into 2023 healthy and whole
Vision and direction from God on where to go next for my 6-month internship and provision for that
Continued strength in my physical body and academically as I forge ahead to finish the program well
Maintaining good relationships with the people around me
Continuing to listen to Holy Spirit as I navigate through 2023 and a deeper intimacy with Jesus in the coming year
Thank you so much for your continued love and financial support!
I would not be able to do this without you and I wouldn’t want to.
My heart is overflowing with love and gratitude for each and every one of you! Praying for God's very best for you as you begin 2023! You may send your gifts of financial support to:
2634 Lockridge Ave
Kansas City, MO 64128
October 31, 2022
The children of Loving Haiti Philadelphia
Church and Orphanage in Pignon, Haiti
Dear NED WMU Sisters.
Attached is a recent picture of the children and workers of LHPB that shows some of the orphans and members of the church we support in Haiti. We thank you for your donations this year and pray that you will continue to support Rev. Francois Romelus and the children at Loving Haiti Philadelphia Baptist Church and Orphanage. Per Rev. Romelus all of the children now have a pair of shoes and they were able to bless others in their area.
Things in Haiti are not good. Here is a portion of the latest email I received from Rev. Romelus on October 26, 2022.
Hello my sister Jacqueline Brown
How are you?
I just thinking of you my sister and immediately I write you.
How are my others friends . Hope they are all doing well with God.
In Haiti, things not working well. So many problems, insecurity. Violences, kidnapping , no gas, life is vey hard.
We continue to pray our God he is an control of all.
Schools not opened yet. All the kids stay at home.
Please remember to help pray for this country, Haiti.
Thanks for all your supports and love
God bless you
My sisters, I pray that you will be encouraged to support our Christmas Package by sending a financial donation to NED WMU for Haiti or donate the items listed below. We need the donations before November 25, 2022. You can contact me, Sis. Jackie Brown at # 816 523-3896 to arrange at drop-off or pick-up.
1. Sanitary products. napkins, pads, tampons, are needed.
2. Tee shirts - boys or girls Small to Large
3. Underwear -boys or girls Small to Large
4. Footie socks - boys or girls
Thank you. Be safe and be blessed.
Sis. Jackie Brown, WMU President
Rev. Gregory Nichols, District Moderator