Our Convention is affiliated with some of the Christian organizations who relate to and implement the mission of Jesus Christ through missions.
Among these are the following: The Women's Department of the Baptist World Alliance (1911) is a fellowship of Christian women from around the world who seek to demonstrate to the world that Christ is a universal Savior and Lord. Its constituency consists of women of national unions or conventions and of the six Continental Unions. Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer is one of its major promotions.
Church Women United (1941) is a national ecumenical movement of Christian women whose purpose is to encourage churchwomen to come together in a visible community to witness to their faith in Jesus Christ, and enabled by the Holy Spirit, to go out into every neighborhood and nation as instruments of reconciling love (See Article III, Bylaws of Church Women United in the U.S.A.). The address of the national headquarters is Church Women United, 475 Riverside Drive, New York, N.Y. 10027.
Women's Auxiliary of Lott Carey Baptist Foreign Mission Convention (1900) is an organization, which promotes missions primarily in the foreign fields of Guyana, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Liberia, South Africa and Zimbabwe. It consists of women societies of local churches and women's auxiliaries of state conventions and district associations.
Woman's Convention, Auxiliary to the National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc., (1901) represents more than 4,000,000 National Baptist women who have membership in National Baptist Convention, U.S.A. churches. It promotes missions education, missions-in-action, and missions support.