Faith in Action News
Spring Edition 2022 Part 1
The WCB WMS is excited about this new segment in the newsletter entitled, “A Bright Light in Mission Work,” where we will be highlighting a missionary who has exemplified a heart and mind for Christian missions. In this edition we will be spotlighting Sis. Delores Foster, Life Member.
Winter Edition 2021
The Fannie Daugherty WMS partnered with the Frostburg Community and the Frostburg BRIDGE Program to donate needed supplies to the SED Hope Center Disaster Relief effort. We donated 153 male/feminine hygiene items, 104 wipes, 600 gloves, 27 bottles of hand sanitizer, 6 deodorants, 50 masks, 6 liquid soaps, 144 bottles of water, 78 diapers, 8 jars of baby food, 11 packages of crackers, 2 packages of raisins, 84 fruit cups, 30 packages of cookies, 2 packages of tuna, 12 cans of Vienna Sausage, and 28 Rice Krispies Treats.
Spring Edition 2021
We refer to our elder’s age 75 and older as “Diamonds” of Brown Memorial AME. Five of our Diamonds are over 89 years old. Because COVID-19 forces us to social distance, the Missionary Society decided to hug our Seniors with blankets. We purchased fabric, made and distributed blankets to 37 Seniors to keep them warm.
Spring Edition 2022 Part 2
Let’s face it. Losing a large amount of weight can be scary. I’ve run across several people who tell me that he or she needs to lose fifty pounds, seventy-five pounds or some of them may need to lose one hundred pounds or more. Those large numbers sound so far away and unachievable. Sometimes it’s discouraging to realize that you need to lose so much weight.
Fall Edition 2021
Bro. Gabriel Harper, a YPDer from Allen Chapel, DC, had the opportunity to go to El Salvador in Central America to work as a missionary earlier this year. He set up the trip on his own through a family member knew the couple who sponsored him. This is his account of his time there.
El Salvador translates from Spanish as "The Savior" and is the only country in the world named after our Savior. Pastor Franklin Portillo and his wife Erica welcomed me into their humble home and treated me like family.
Winter Edition 2020
Early Saturday morning on October 10, 2020, six members of the Mt. Moriah A.M.E. Church’s Nannie Bell Missionary Society, including one associate, met at the Bates Athletic Complex in Annapolis to participate in the Virtual Walk to End Lupus Now. The team walked for 3 miles as part of the Second Episcopal District’s virtual team to bring awareness to and raise money to combat this autoimmune disease for which there currently is no cure.