MINISTRY is not a job or Sunday routine. It’s a PRIVILEGE to be CHOSEN & USED by JESUS


As women called to discipleship to grow in knowledge and experience of God through Jesus Christ, committed to support the mission of the church, and empowered by the Holy Spirit they are challenged to help one another engage in ministry and action, and grow and respond in faith to God’s redemptive plan for the church, the society and the world. Join us as we strive in Christ to Improve Global Health, Healing, Hope and Human Dignity!



Created in 1984, the Son’s of Allen Men’s Fellowship desires to foster closer relationships between men of the church to equip men of the church for meaningful service, to reach unchurched men, and to resent piste role models for our youth. The Son’s of Allen has grown into an important connectional movement over the past twenty-plus years and the Fellowship is becoming a true connectional ministry.



The YPD under the leadership of the Women’s Missionary Society provides meaningful youth training programs and opportunities for leadership experience in all areas of church life. By providing training in Evangelism, Christian Social Relations and Education programs the YPD is designed to connect youth more fully to the mission of the church and increase knowledge of the African Methodist Episcopal Church history and the scriptures.



To bring hope and encouragement to those within the prison walls. Acting as an arm of the local church and empowered by the Spirit of God, we try to; touch lives with Christian love, present the Gospel in clear and understandable terms, nurture new believers in faith and discipleship, facilitate contacts with churches and Christians on the outside, help develop prison ministry teams in local congregations, and provide training to the local church, community and interested persons.



With the assistance of five choirs; Mass Choir, United Choir, Men’s Choir, Clair Washington Choir and the Sunbeam Choir, our mission is to lift up the name of Jesus Christ through songs and praises, reaching out to His people and to live the life according to the Word of God.



Worship, Fellowship, Friendship, and Family.! Those are the things that we work to build in our Senior Bible Study. We feel that these can be the best years of your life–the “Prime of Life.” We strive to assist each other in being all that God wants us to be.

Whether it’s discovering something new from a favorite Bible verse or learning about community opportunities for Senior Citizens, you’ll easily understand what all the excitement is all about. With dedication to the Lord, the Senior Bible Study Group is on the move and we want you to come along.


The African Methodist Episcopal Church, usually called the A.M.E. Church, is a predominantly African-American Methodist denomination based in the United States. It is the oldest independent Protestant denomination founded by black people in the world. It was founded by the Rt. Rev. Richard Allen in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1816 from several black Methodist congregations in the mid-Atlantic area that wanted independence from white Methodists. Allen was consecrated its first bishop in 1816. It began with 8 clergy and 5 churches, and by 1846 had grown to 176 clergy, 296 churches, and 17,375 members. The 20,000 members in 1856 were located primarily in the North. AME national membership (including probationers and preachers) jumped from 70,000 in 1866 to 207,000 in 1876.

We welcome all believers into this house of worship.