To provide missions resources for New Mexico Southern Baptist congregations and to help them understand and be radically involved in the mission of God.

Leadership of the New Mexico WMU

Melissa Lamb, Executive Director, NM WMU
[email protected]

Cricket Pairett, Ministry Assistant
[email protected]

 2021-2022 WMU Leadership Team

Theresa Howard, President                                                                       
(575)  760-7872  

2200 S. Ave.  I, Portales, NM 88130
email: [email protected]


Denise Clymer, Vice President

(505) 269-0055
8288 Hwy 4,  Jemez Pueblo, NM 87024
email:  [email protected]


Cricket Pairett, Ministry Assistant 

(505) 924-2315
PO Box 94485, Albuquerque, 87199-4485
email: [email protected]

 

Sandra Fonseca, Multicultural Consultant   
(505) 330-8547
1 Tierra Bonita Ct., La Mesa, 88044222
email: [email protected]


Betty Eason, Multicultural Consultant 

(575) 524-7400 or (575) 642-0142
283 Waring Road, Las Cruces, 88007
email: [email protected]


Elaine Henderson, Pastors’ Wives Consultant 

(575) 313-1673
208 Dinkle Rd., Edgewood, NM 87105
email: [email protected]


Teresa Howard, CWJC Consultant 
 

(575)  760-7872
2200 S. Ave.  I, Portales, NM 88130
email: [email protected]

Men and women committed to creating missions awareness and involvement in their church.

 

 

As defined in our New Mexico WMU guidelines, leadership will include “a New Mexico WMU Executive Board comprised of associational WMU directors and/or appointed associational representatives, and the president of La Union Feminil Misonera.” Primary responsibilities of the Executive Board are to serve as a nominating committee for the president and vice-president, and to serve as a selection committee for the New Mexico WMU scholarship fund. The Executive Board is chaired by the vice-president, who is elected annually and can serve for two years.

New Mexico WMU Presents
A One-Day Mission-Focused Event for Teen Girls and Women

Sisters’ Saturday

Join us for a day with other Sisters in Christ as we worship, learn, pray, share, shop, enjoy hands-on mission projects, and more!

March 19. 2022  – Farmington – Emmanuel Baptist Church

Time:  9 AM to 3 PM
Cost:  $25/adult – $20/teen
Cost includes lunch.

For more information, contact Melissa Lamb at 575-760-1561.

Missions education is the process of equipping Christians to participate effectively in the mission of God, locally and globally, through personal missions involvement and representative missions.

WMU not only creates an environment to hear and understand God’s call but helps people to experience missions personally through mission action and witness.

 

Missions Education in the Church
  • Missions education is doctrinally sound.
  • Missions education teaches men, women, boys, and girls how to apply biblical truths through mission action and witnessing.
  • Missions education teaches us how to pray intercessory prayers for missionaries, ministries, people groups, and our own church and communities.
  • Missions education supports missions financially and encourages cooperative giving.
  • Missions education helps believers grow spiritually as we learn, memorize, and live out Scripture through missions involvement.
  • Missions education helps believers live out the Great Commission by witnessing to people and caring for the needs of others.
  • Missions education teaches us that we are all part of God’s plan.
  • Missions education lays a foundation of faith and helps us develop spiritually toward a missions lifestyle.