In 1920 The Women's Missionary Society was formed here in Cayman consisting of some of the members of the United Churches. In 1992 the name changed to Women's Fellowship. Each United Church has its own Women's Fellowship.
Here in Savannah it was formed in 1986. There are currently thirteen members. Some are Sunday School teachers, elders, ushers, choir members. They serve whenever the need arises.
One of the main missions of this Fellowship is the care of the Children's Home. Every first and third Thursday of each month some of the members go to the Children's Home to do Bible Study and Prayer with the children. At Christmas the fellowship takes the children out for dinner and presents them gifts.
The Women's Fellowship, including the others on the island, has a service of Thanksgiving every year in November. The last Sunday of January is set aside as Women's Fellowship Sunday, which is also observed in Jamaica. In June there is a Women's Fellowship Conference that involves the entire Women's Fellowship in Jamaica and Cayman. There is also a weekend of recreation. Once a year the Women's Fellowship has a Tea Party here in Savannah. Gifts are also presented to the elderly at Christmas.
By Love Serve.
The Women's Fellowship of the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands exists to assist the Denomination in its work of witnessing to the love of Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, particularly among women through a variety of educational, social and theological programmes.