The Johanna Morris Women’s Missionary Society (JMWMS) was organized in 1925 (bears the name of the Society’s first President) to serve all of God’s people in need of assistance. The JMWMS mission outreach services are provided to God’s people of all ages residing in Northern Prince George’s County, Metropolitan Washington, DC (DMV), Africa and the Caribbean; and to families in the United States affected by natural and man-made disasters. The JMWMS Mission work includes providing tangible (food, clothing, letters/cards of encouragement, visits to hospitals and Senior Citizen facilities, school supplies, primary sponsor of Turner Memorial’s hosting of Warm Nights, and/or financial support) and non-tangible (prayer and fasting) assistance/support to the aforementioned people of God.
Ways to Serve
Community Cafe’ – Every 5th Tuesday of the Month
We fellowship, and provide physical and spiritual food to a number of homeless and low-income individuals of our community.
Backpack Bridgade – Every Friday October 2019 – June 2020 (Preparation on Thursdays)
Provide weekend and holiday week meals to the students and families of our neighborhood/partner elementary school.
Warm Nights – November 17th – November 24th
Provide temporary shelter, meals, and fellowship to homeless families and individuals.
Prison Ministry Angel Tree Drive
To share the love of God to children with an incarcerated parent, in addition to blessing these children with Christmas gifts and an culminating Christmas party/celebration.
For more information or to join the Johanna Morris Women’s Missionary Society, please email us at email@example.com.