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1849 Charity Opheral is granted a preacher's license by the United Brethren Church.1851 Lydia Sexton is recommended as a "pulpit speaker" by the United Brethren General Conference.1835 Phoebe Palmer, evangelist and mother of the American holiness movement, conducts weekly prayer meetings in her home.1837 Ann Wilkins is appointed missionary to Liberia by the Methodist Episcopal Missionary Society.1904 Minnie Jackson Goins of Kansas becomes the first African-American woman to be ordained elder in the United Brethren Church. 1869 Eight women form the Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society during a meeting at Tremont Methodist Episcopal Church in Boston.1906 Martha Drummer, a black deaconess, is sent to Angola by the Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 1875 Woman’s Missionary Association of the United Brethren Church is created.She becomes involved in the abolitionist movement, and her public speaking combines her religious faith with her experiences as a slave.
She writes more than 9,000 hymns, many of which remain perennial favorites (for example, "Blessed Assurance," "To God Be the Glory" and "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior." 1866 Helenor M.
1878 Lochie Rankin goes to China as the first missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
1880 Anna Howard Shaw and Anna Oliver are refused ordination rights by the Methodist Episcopal General Conference.
Shaw joins the Methodist Protestant Church and is ordained in the New York Annual Conference.
1884 The Methodist Protestant Church rules Anna Howard Shaw's ordination out of order.
1888 Five women, including Frances Willard who is the president of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, are elected lay delegates to the Methodist Episcopal General Conference. The denomination establishes a deaconess program for laywomen.