Amanda J. Rogers Missionary Society of Brown Memorial AME Elects New Officers & Celebrates 97 Years

In late August, the Amanda J. Rogers Missionary Society (ARMS) of Brown Memorial AME Church in Washington, DC elected new officers to continue God’s calling to spread the gospel, strengthen our faith, and change lives in our community—transform the world. Listed below are the newly elected ARMS officers for 2019 - 2020.

  • President - Sister Jennyfer R. Lee

  • 1st Vice-President - Sister Sharon M. Purcell

  • 2nd Vice-President - Sister Marlene A. Williams

  • 3rd Vice-President - Sister Lisa M. Washington-Thomas

  • Recording Secretary - Sister Dalyce Pulley

  • Treasurer - Sister Lynette E. Middleton

  • Parliamentarian - Sister Perita Baxter

  • PME Director - Sister Delores Munson

  • Historiographer - Sister Phyllis Gaither

  • Worship Director - Sister Ernesteen Johnson

  • PTM Unit Chair - Sister A. Izetta Ferrell

  • YPD Director - Sister Constance Greer

In addition, the new ARMS officers had the opportunity to kick-off their first Amanda J. Rogers Missionary Society Annual Day celebrating 97 years of mission work on Sunday, September 22, 2019. The guest speaker for this occasion was Ms. D. Faye Conley, President of the Second Episcopal District Women’s Missionary Society, who encouraged missionaries not to limit their fellowship to the inside of the church walls but to see the value within themselves, knowing that they can make a difference in the lives of others through service in the communities where we live and work, nationally and internationally.

The Amanda J. Rogers Missionary Society is blessed by God and are excited about putting their call into action by doing His work through mission work.

“Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality.” - Romans 12:13

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