The Weekly Feeding Program is comprised of volunteers from the PLP, the BIU and St. Paul and takes place on Wednesdays from 4:30 pm.
The Food Pantry is run by Rose Bell Women's Missionary Society and provides non- perishable items for families and individuals in need.
Vacation Bible School takes place the last week of June/first week of July every year and is free to everyone. Enrollment is 5 - 99 and dinner is served nightly.
The purpose of the Lay Organization is to organize and train the lay members of the A.M.E. Church, so that each member may utilize to the maximum the abilities and skills granted by God, in assisting with the improvement and extension of God's kingdom, and creating happiness, peace and harmony among its members.
The Rose Bell Women's Missionary Society:
Witness -Participate in the ministry of the organization beyond its congregation(s), know its community and partner with agencies to provide needed service to the community;
Advocate - Urge change in systems and structures which exclude and alienate, and work for peace and justice in the community;
Membership - Encourage, recruit, affirm and motivate non-member women of all ages, to participate in its Unit, providing an intergeneration of caring women;
Educate - Provide opportunities for worship and study; and
Stewardship –Support financially the total program of the Women’s Missionary Society
Young People’s and Children’s Division
Women's Missionary Society
The Purpose of the organization shall be to:
a. Provide meaningful resources, training and guidance in all areas of church life which encourage full participation in the mission programs and activities of the entire church and this organization.
b. Provide specific training in Evangelism, Christian Social Relations and Education programs designed to increase knowledge of the African Methodist Episcopal Church History and the Scriptures.
c. Facilitate and support opportunities for leadership experiences in the church and society.
d. Enable growth in stewardship in the church.
e. Advocate for the integrity of childhood and the dignity of all children and youth in our religious, civic and political structures;
f. Create linkages, establish work synergies and devise schedules to effectively implement and administer meaningful programs and activities for all levels and units of organization, and
g. Foster a community, in which children, youth and young adults know each other by name, minister to each other and partner in servicing and witnessing for Jesus Christ.
(Young People’s and Children’s Division Women’s Missionary Society
African Methodist Episcopal Church
Article II Pg. 48)
Motto: “Grow, Glow, and Go for Christ”
Mission Statement: As a unfiled body with Christ-like qualities, we will build a Connectional bond that demonstrates pride through education, communication and mission work.
Mother Sunbeams (2-6)
Allen Stars (7-12)
YPA [Young People’s Auxiliary] (13-17)
YAD [Young Adult Division] (18-26)
The YPD meet every Friday evening at 6:30 pm.