Founder’s Day 2017 “Let’s Not Forget” An Extraordinary History – An Incredible Future The African Methodist Episcopal Church: The oldest traditionally Black Protestant denomination founded on American Soil! As we reflect and celebrate Founder’s Day 2017, we cannot afford to have a memory lapse about our extraordinary beginning. Will and Ariel Durant wrote, “We are… Read Full Post »
EPISCOPAL STATEMENT January 31, 2017 Please click on the link below to view an Episcopal Statement from the Council of Bishops in response to views and actions of President Donald Trump: Episcopal Statement-Council of Bishops re Trump Actions
January 4, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Jacquelyn Dupont-Walker 213-494-9493 – cell LET’S FACE RACE – LEGACY OF THE MOTHER EMANUEL 9 (A Call to Action) We are thankful that the Charleston, South Carolina jury rendered a just decision in the case of the heinous and cowardly murder of the nine martyrs of Mother Emanuel… Read Full Post »
Up close and personal reflections of the AME Bicentennial at the 50th Quadrennial Session of the General Conference: 1816-2016, An Extraordinary History – An Incredible Future. You can only get IT here!
The Lilly Endowment Clergy Renewal Programs at Christian Theological Seminary provide funds to congregations to support renewal leaves for their pastors. Congregations may apply for grants of to $50,000 to underwrite a renewal program for their pastor and for the pastor’s family, with up to $15,000 of those funds available to the congregation to help… Read Full Post »
The African Methodist Episcopal Church is deeply saddened by the catastrophic effect of Hurricane Matthew on Haiti, other parts of the Sixteenth District, and the United States. An estimated 1.5 million people have reportedly been affected by the hurricane and thousands are in need of immediate assistance. We have witnessed the loss of lives, devastation… Read Full Post »
Bishop Reginald T. Jackson, Chair, Social Action Commission Mrs. Jacquelyn Dupont-Walker, Director, Social Action Commission Our Calling Jesus commands us to “love one another” John 13:34, and God has given us responsibility to care for His good creation (Gen. 1:28, Gen. 2:15). The burning of fossil fuels is polluting our air and waters, warming the… Read Full Post »