New Members: Fatina Cheeks
New members are accepted into the church by transfer, conversion or Christian experience. New members are required to attend new member orientation classes as described in the AME discipline. Non-A.M.E. members serve a three-month probationary period of reflections under the special care of a class leader assigned by the Pastor before being read into the church as full members. Persons from other A.M.E. churches or from churches in other Methodist branches may be received and read into full membership without probation.
In preparation for being received into full membership in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, all probationers shall be given study in:
† A history of the A.M.E. church
† Introduction to Christian Stewardship
† Rules and regulations of the A.M.E. Church as described in the discipline and doctrine of the African Methodist Episcopal Church
† History and ministries of the local church
Membership, Evangelism & Retention: Evg. Sunny Adams
Establish realistic goals for the growth of the church. Identify opportunities for the church to engage in meaningful ministries. Develop leadership workshops to enhance the opportunity for the entire church to participate in church ministry. Implement bible plans, street ministries, home visitation teams, revival and evangelistic service and distribute tracts. Also, coordinates information between the stewardess board, class leaders, church secretary, and church administrator, regarding all new members.
Christian Education: Dr. Adrienne Carr
Teach, train, nurture, prepare and recruit adults and children in God’s word for Christian service. Offers church school programs for individuals from preschool through adult.
Class Leaders: Jamole Callahan, Janie Bailey
Meet or speak with class members regularly, inform the Pastor, Official Board and Quarterly Conference of members who are ill (health) or have special needs, watch over probationers with special care and recommend those who are eligible at the end of 90 days for full membership, and, attend periodic meetings to report the status of class
Greets guests attending the church and secures visitor information for worship service.
Men’s Connection: Kristopher Coombs
Promotes Christian growth and fellowship by serving as mentors and advisors to all young men of the church and singing as a choir at special church functions.
Prison Ministry: Rev. Paula Harris
Visits the incarcerated and provides spiritual support and assists in obtaining educational, financial and other supportive counseling services after their return to the community.
Technology/Media: Jamole Callahan / Embrey Cheeks
the technology needs of the church and forwards recommendation to the
Pastor, Steward Board and Trustee Board. Provides streaming media of
Sunday morning worship services as well as other technology needed
services. Available to provide assistance to members for personal
computer needs; however, a liability waiver must be signed before this
type of work is started by the Technology Ministry.
Transportation: William Fields
Oversees the bus ministry and provides transportation to church-related functions.
Visual & Dramatic Arts: Stephanie Clevenger
Develop and promote activities that encourage the participation of youth and adults in the performing, visual and cultural arts.
Before setting a date or making wedding plans please schedule a meeting with the church wedding coordinator to make sure that details of your wedding wishes are clearly defined and understood by all involved. If desired, the service of a wedding planner is available upon request. Call the Church Office (614-888-0894)
Young Adult: Rev. Eboni Walker
Promotes Christian growth and fellowship for young adults ages 18-40.
Young People’s Division: Lynae Cummings-Verdine
Train young people through service projects in the community; develop workshops in Christian social relations and family life; dealing with topics such as drug and alcohol abuse, personal development, teenage sexuality, communication, morals, etc.
Youth Ministry: Pam Foster, Karen Coleman
Promotes Christian growth and fellowship with young people aged 5-18 through programs such as Saturday Night Live (fun), Youth Sunday participation (Christian growth), and Sons of St. John (fellowship and fun). Develops outreach programs to engage youth within the community.