St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church402 W Edenton StRaleighNorth Carolina 27603, United States+1.9198322709

Historic Landmark...celebrating 175 years of service since 1848

St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church 

Moving from Church to Ministry - "...for the people worked with all their heart." - Nehemiah 4:6 

​Reverend Robert L. Hodges, Sr. - Pastor

402 West Edenton Street, Raleigh, NC 27603
919.832.2709 (office) 919.832.3445 (fax) (email) (website)

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St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Raleigh | 402 West Edenton Street Raleigh NC 27603 US | +1.9198322709 Ministry in Raleigh


This organization of men of all ages plans and presents programs of interest to meet the needs boys, young adult and older men of the church.  Their activities include mentoring, education, social issues, and fellowship.


This is St. Paul’s Bell Choir.  They render music every 2nd Sunday at the 11:00am service and during special occasions and events as requested.


Members of this board are presented by the Stewardess Board to the Pastor and Board of Stewards for confirmation for service.  The Board is responsible for preparing the altar and elements for the Holy Communion during the 1st worship service and the Maundy Thursday Service, assisting with baptisms, funerals and visiting the sick and shut-in when requested.


This staff of teachers, assistants and a superintendent provide Christian Education for children, teens and adults in four areas:  Primary (ages 3-7), Juniors (ages 8-14), Seniors (ages 15-18) and Adults.  The church school also participates in other joint projects such as the Easter Egg Hunt, the Annual Harvest Festival, Christmas activities and an occasional trip.  The Church School also participates with other A.M.E. Churches in the Eastern District Sunday School Convention and Annual Conference.


This is a week long program during the summer vacation time of Christian education, activities, arts & crafts, dinner and lots of fun and fellowship. It is also an outreach ministry for the Raleigh community inviting youth and adults of all ages to participate.


The Addie G. Stroud Missionary Society promotes and coordinates most of the outreach projects for the church.  Ongoing projects include serving lunch at the A.M.E. Shelter on three Saturdays and one Sunday each month, monthly food donations to the Catholic Outreach Parish Food Pantry, toiletries to the Women’s Prison and Women’s shelter, food for the HIV/AIDS quarterly food drive, monthly meals and assistance to the sick and shut-in, various projects for the homeless and the A.M.E. Shelter and much more.  We also participate with other Societies on the other levels of the church:  Area, Conference, District and Connection and overseas missions.