"Are not all angels ministering spirits
sent to serve those who will
inherit salvation?" Hebrews 1:14 (NIV)
(An Affirmation of our faith)
I believe in God the Father, Almighty, maker of Heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ, His only son, our Lord who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead and buried; the third day He arose from the dead. He ascended into heaven and sits on the right hand of God the Father Almighty; from there He shall come to judge the quick and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Church Universal, the communion of the saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Amen
Odessa Harris Missionary Society
The Women's Missionary Society is usually composted of three (3) or more persons formed for the purposes of: instilling in its membership cooperation with the local church in its responsibilities; providing financial support to the conference branch, area and local delegates to the Conference Branch; supporting the Conference Branch financially, and fostering missionary activities by the local church, area and conference. Sis. Relecia Foushee
Young People Department (YPD)
This program includes Bible study, study of The Doctrine and Discipline of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and the WMS/YPD Constitutions; service projects in the community, and workshops in Christian social relations and family life that deal with such topics as drugs and alcohol abuse, personal development, teenage sexuality, communications and morals.
Bethel Women's Fellowship
The Bethel Women's Fellowship is the place to address the spiritual, the emotional and the social needs of women according to the word of God. It is a support system for the lonely, the widow, the broken-hearted, the hurting, the divorcee, the suffering, the downtrodden, and for those in need of spiritual nourishment. It is a forum to discuss topics and issues that affect women or to share a touching testimony. Rev. Kim Foster
Sons of Allen
To create a ministry for men, both clergy and lay, which will seek to address the needs for distinctive ministries to men, who are faced with spiritual, social, political and psychological challenges, to equip men to follow the example of Andrew who brought Peter to Jesus; to encourage men to emulate the resolute and redemptive spirit of Richard Allen, our revered, ancestral patriarch who in negotiating for his freedom with slave master Stokely Sturgis, negotiated freedom for his unnamed brother as well; to encourage men to implement ministries modeled by our founder, Richard Allen a he sought to meet needs in his community.
The Lay Organization is usually composed of three (3) or more persons formed for the purposes of instilling in its membership a love and appreciation for the history, traditions and principles of African Methodism; advocating respect for and loyalty to constituted authority; encouraging the support of the total program of the local church; fostering systematic and regular study of The Doctrine and Discipline of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and parliamentary procedure, which will provide greater knowledge and information among the laity and organizing and training lay members concerning the goals and objectives of the Connectional Lay Organization. Bro. Dale Wragg
The mission of the Church School in the African Methodist Episcopal Church shall be to teach, train and nurture adults, young adults, college students, teenagers and children in God's Word, preparing them for Christian service by emphasizing Christian principles. The Church School shall employ methodologies for effective Christian growth and maximum participation inclusive of creative teaching pedagogies, state-of-the-art learning technologies, and multimedia products, all of which may also assist with the recruitment of church officers.