St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Raleigh | 402 West Edenton Street Raleigh NC 27603 US | +1.9198322709 Ministry in Raleigh
Historic Landmark...celebrating 173 years of service since 1848
St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church
Reverend Robert L. Hodges, Sr. - Pastor
St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church | 402 W Edenton St, Raleigh, North Carolina 27603, United States | +1.9198322709
This group of volunteers are responsible for all food functions at the church. This means any event or program requiring food must be handled through the Food Service Ministry. No food is to be brought in from outside by any person or group. If interested, there are several areas of service to volunteer your time and talents: cooks, servers, beverage servers, set-up, clean-up, etc.
This is the senior ministry of the church which includes members in their golden years who fellowship through a wide variety of planned programs, activities and services in a safe and nurturing environment. They meet every Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon.
The Health & Wellness Ministry strives to provide information and education to our congregation and general public about all aspects of healthy living. We also work to connect our community of faith to local resources, programs, and services to support a healthy lifestyle.
Mission Statement: “To aim for optimal health and wellness through scripture, education and fellowship.”
This committee plans our annual Heritage/Founder’s Day celebration incorporating elements of our heritage as well as the founding of the A.M.E. Church by Richard Allen. Many of the members are from African and Island countries and the US.
This group is responsible for maintaining an annual written and pictorial history of the life and work of St. Paul A.M.E. Church.
This group of volunteers provides general hospitality services as needed by the church for various programs, meetings and events. Duties include greeting guests, providing directions, answering questions, observing and maintaining the cleanliness of the church during events, etc.
The Lay Organization is comprised of the laity (non-clergy) of the church. It operates on all levels of the church: local church, conference, district and connectional levels. St. Paul participates on all levels. The local activities include A.M.E. training at monthly meetings,The local activities include A.M.E. training at monthly meetings, coordinating the local effort for AME-V Alert, which includes A.M.E Public Service Announcements, and sponsoring Voter Education Webinars.
St. Paul Lay Organization Newsletters:
2nd Quarter 2019 - The Anvil