Annie Armstrong: North American Missions - Each year, we honor the life and advocacy of Annie Walker Armstrong (1850-1938) when we give to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American missions. As a tireless servant of God and a contagious advocate and supporter of missions efforts throughout the world, Annie Armstrong led women to unite in missions endeavors that ultimately led to the formation of Woman's Missionary Union, for which she served as the first corresponding secretary.
Lottie Moon: International Missions - She is the namesake of Southern Baptists' international missions offering and has become a legend. But in her time Lottie was anything but an untouchable hero. In fact, she was like today's missionaries. She labored tirelessly so her people group could know Jesus. Charlotte Digges "Lottie" Moon was a Southern Baptist missionary to China with the Foreign Mission Board who spent nearly 40 years living and working in China. "Why should we not...do something that will prove that we are really in earnest in claiming to be a follower of Him who, though He was rich, for our sake became poor?" Lottie Moon, Sept. 15, 1887, Tungchow
Mary Hill Davis: State Missions - Mary Hill Davis believed Texas was a vast mission field, and that immigrants needed to know Jesus just as much as citizens. Each year, she spurred women to service, giving and prayer, leading to the establishment of State Missions Week in September 1910. Remembering her remarkable leadership, in 1935 the offering for state missions was named the Mary Hill Davis Offering. Almost 100 years later, her example still inspires Texas Baptists to GIVE, to PRAY, and to GO.
Educators Action Team - This team focuses on demonstrating Christ's love to educators at local schools by encouraging them, blessing them and praying for them.
First Responders Action Team - Team Leader, Ron Grimes ([email protected]) This team focuses on ministering to first responders by being present on long "call-outs", training opportunities and dropping off treats to remind them of our love and Christ's love for them.
Pregnancy Resource Medical Center: $1,200
Mission Statement: Our purpose is to prevent abortion by offering women the information and emotional, spiritual, and physical help that will empower them to choose life for their child and sexual integrity for themselves. Changing the Future--One Life at a Time. If you would like to learn more about the pregnancy resource medical center, please call 281-232-2375. PRMC needs volunteers! Make a difference in our community by volunteering at PRMC. Call Meggi Stewart at 281-232-2375.
Rosenberg Richmond Helping Hands, Inc.: $3,600
Our mission is to feed and clothe people in West Fort Bend County on a short-term basis. Covenant churches sign a pledge promising financial support and agree to hold at least two yearly food drives and clothing drives. Located at: 902 Collins Rd., Richmond, TX 77469, Phone:281-232-4904, Hours: 10am-2:30pm. For more info, please visit HH website: http://www.roserichhelpinghands.org/
VISION STATEMENT: "WOM challenges Christian believers to understand and be radically involved in the mission of God."
OBJECTIVES: (1) Pray for Missions; (2) Engage in Mission Action and Witnessing; (3) Learn About Missions; (4) Supports Missions; (5) Develop spiritually toward a missions lifestyle; (6) Participate in the work of the church and denomination.
WOM participates in three special Weeks of Prayer throughout the year: (1) Annie Armstrong North American Missions in March; (2) Mary Hill Davis, Texas in September; (3) Lottie Moon International Missions in December.
WOM meets every first Tuesday at 9:30 am for a coffee fellowship and a Mission Program at 10:00 am. You are welcome to bring your own sack lunch to enjoy after the meeting.
Everyone is welcome!