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2009-2010 Annual Report

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Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church Tallahassee, Florida

MISSION STATEMENT Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church strives to set a Christian standard through its commitment to Missions, Evangelism, Proclamation and Study of the Word, Worship, and Stewardship. We are called to make a Difference by serving the total needs of our members and people from

The Senior Minister’s Message . . . . . 2 Pastor’s Annual Report . . . . . . . . . . . 3

all walks of life, regardless of age, gender, national origin, or economic background.

Missions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4


Preach the Word . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6

This year’s 2009-2010 Annual Report focus provides for

The Church at Work . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9 Women’s Ministry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Commission on Health . . . . . . . . . . 11 Outreach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Evangelism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Youth and Young Adult Ministries 14-15 Ministries in Action . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17 Ministerial and Office Staffs . . . . . . 18

all a written and pictorial account of important ministry experiences, events, and opportunities afforded to the members of our church as we strive to build and uplift the Kingdom of God throughout this past Conference Year.

Senior Minister’s Message October 12, 2008, was a very special day in the life of my ministry. It was then that under the protection of Almighty God, given under his hand and Denominational Seal at the Episcopal Room, that the Right Reverend McKinley Young, Presiding Prelate of the Eleventh Episcopal District, assigned me to pastor one of the great churches of African Methodism, Bethel AME Church – Tallahassee. I am glad to be here and am extremely grateful to Bishop McKinley Young for his Godly judgment. I am exceedingly grateful to the Lord to present, through this document, my Second Annual Report of stewardship as the Senior Minister of Bethel – Tallahassee. I am often asked, “How is the work?” My natural response is “The work is all divine.” This report of Bethel’s stewardship reflects the wonders of His work. God has shown His love to us by showering us with His abundance and I rejoice in His goodness. The past twelve months have been a real blessing to this Body of Christ as well as those with whom we have shared our blessings. This report is a brief synopsis of the actions and achievements of the faithful, dedicated, and committed membership. Our Church family has grown consistently. Over the past two years, 250 individuals have come to join our congregation in worship, praise and kingdom building. Praise the Lord, 110 of them came during this Conference Year. We would not be able to answer the Call without the commitment to stewardship found among the Bethel members, who, at a growing rate, are becoming tithers. They have caught the vision. Thus; presently, thirty percent of our 1600 members are tithers. To God be the Glory. Bethel is blessed to have various ministry experiences that help to provide biblical perspective on worldly concerns, increase our knowledge and understanding of church polity and history, and enhance our understanding of Scripture. However, the staple for our ministry is our worship services as they allow us to express different emotions which provide joy, thanksgiving, love, faith and confidence. Certainly, we are not ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ! Our worship experiences give us an opportunity to experience God in a new way. The spirit of God compels us, week after week, to assemble and receive inspiration from the singing, praying, preaching and praise that emanate from Bethel. It is through this medium that we expect a divine-human connection. To borrow an expression from Dr. H. Beecher Hicks, “…we expect an encounter, a hymn of hope, an anthem of praise, a soul set free, a healing touch, an anointing of oil, a sanctified shout, a wayfarer come home, or a rhema word from a prophet.” We come to Bethel because we expect God to do something with us and for us. I believe, no, I know that God has blessed us with His glory this conference year.

I would like to express my gratitude to Bishop McKinley Young for the opportunity to pastor one of the finest churches in African Methodism. I am appreciative of his wise council, his words of encouragement, and the confidence he has in my leadership. Likewise, I am grateful to our Supervisor of Missions, Mrs. Dorothy J. Young, for her words of inspiration, exemplary leadership, guidance, and steadfast support during this time of transition for our family. Words are inadequate to express my deepest appreciation to Presiding Elder and Mrs. Ralph L. Wilson, whose words of wisdom have encouraged us all to strive for excellence. You have made a difference in my life. I am especially thankful to my partner in life and ministry, Deana, for her prayers and support; and for being the backbone of our family, and to Julius III (J. Harrison), Colin and Dylan, who continue to provide inspiration to us every day. I am thankful to the ministerial and church staffs, officers, leaders, and the members of Bethel who are committed to ministry. I am also grateful to Dr. Barbara Cotton, Dr. Rosalie Hill, and Ms. Leola Moore for the exemplary work and long hours that they committed to the development of this Annual Report, and for the contributions made by Mr. Al Jones and Ms. Rita Taylor. Without them, this project would not have become a reality. On behalf of my family and our community of believers, we say thank you from the bottom of our hearts. And thank you, Bethelites, for recognizing that God has truly called us to Make the Difference; and for allowing our church to become a place where it is easy to find God and hard to forget Him. We look forward to God’s continuing guidance and blessings as we enter the 2010-2011 Conference Year! Reverend Dr. Julius H. McAllister, Jr. Senior Minister


“The Work is All Divine” The Pastor’s

Annual Report Eleventh Episcopal District Florida Annual Conference 145th Session

August 23-27, 2010 Church - Bethel A.M.E. Church Presiding Bishop - Right Reverend McKinley Young Presiding Elder - Reverend Ralph L. Wilson Minister - Reverend Dr. Julius H. McAllister, Jr.

Numerical Statistics Conversions . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Accessions . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Baptisms . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Full Membership . . . . . . . . 1600 Property Valuation . . . . . . $5,000,000.00 Insurance Valuation . . . . . $5,000,000.00 Church School Membership 250

Financial Statistics Total Income Raised . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,495,043.00 Total church Indebtedness . . . . . . . . $1,850,543.00 Receipt on General Budget . . . . . . . . . . $10,200.00 Cash on General Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,235.00 Total Genral Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20,940.00 Total Money Reported to Conference . . $24,828.00 Total Reported Semi-Annually . . . . . . . . $33,027.00


Episcopal Leaders Bishop McKinley Young Dr. Dorothy J. Young

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Missions “He said to his disciples, ‘e harvest is great, but the workers are few. So pray to the Lord who is in charge of the harvest; ask Him to send more workers into the fields.” Matthew 9:37-38 NLT At Bethel, we are sensitive to the needs of our members as well as persons from other walks of life. Thus, we are a mission driven church. This commitment to missions is reflected in our response to God’s call to worship, to witness, to serve and to help others – drawing them to Christ and building each other up in faith. We are thankful to God for enabling us to respond to the Sixteenth Episcopal District (Haiti) and the Twentieth Episcopal District (Malawi, Africa) during their time of need; for the privilege of financially supporting institutions of higher learning; and for the opportunity to support our brothers and sisters who requested assistance through our ministry office.

Presiding Elder Ralph L. Wilson and Mrs. Joyce Wilson

From the abundance supplied by God, Bethel was blessed to contribute the following to mission and outreach causes:



Universities, Colleges, and Seminaries





$59,477.19 (Left to Right) Mrs. Harriett B. Birk, Mrs. Margaree Elkins, Dr. Dorothy J. Young

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“Preach the Word of God. Be prepared, whether the time is favorable or not. Patiently correct, rebuke, and encourage your people with good teaching.” 2 Timothy 4:2 NLT


Throughout the Conference Year, Bethel was blessed with visiting clergy and lay speakers who honored and glorified God through their powerful preaching and teaching of His Word; and who gave testimony, as faithful witnesses, to God’s transforming power. Their names and sermon titles are listed on these pages.


Bishop Julius H. McAllister, Sr.

August 23, 2009

Reverend J. Leander Byrd “The Battle is Not Yours” 7: 45 a.m.

August 23, 2009

Reverend J. Leander Byrd “Trust Him” 11:00 a.m.

Reverend Dr. James F. Miller

September 13, 2010

Mr. Bernard Kinsey “What is the One Thing God has Given You? December 10, 2009 Your Life’s Purpose” 7:45 a.m. Reverend Dr. R. B. Holmes “Breaking News and September 13, 2009 Great Expectations” Dr. James Ammons “Putting God First as You Run Your Own December 11, 2009 Race” 11:00 a.m. Reverend Stanley Walker “The Purpose of the Church” September 20, 2009 Reverend Dr. James C. Wade December 13, 2009 “More Souls Are Won in Your Closet than Reverend Edward Rocket Any Other Place” “Clarity of Vision” 7:45 a.m.

October 11, 2009

Reverend John F. White, Jr. “Why the Preacher Can’t Quit”

October 18, 2009 Reverend Dr. James F. Miller “Are You Ready to Run?”

December 9, 2009 Reverend Ernest Ferrell “A Prevailing Church” 5

December 13, 2009

Reverend Edward Rocket “Get Ready for the Next Episode” 11:00 a.m.

January 3, 2010

Bishop John Hurst Adams (Retired) “Be Patient: Wait on the Lord”

February 14, 2010

Reverend David Williams “But Say the Word and my Servant Will be Healed”

THE WORD! Bishop John H. Adams


Bishop McKinley Young

April 18, 2010

Reverend Dr. Jessica Ingram “I’ve Got a Testimony” 7:45 a.m.

Dr. James Ammons

April 18, 2010

Reverend Dr. Jessica Ingram “What Will it Take for You to Praise God?” 11:00 a.m.

April 19, 2010

Reverend Dr. Carolyn Knight “Built for the Road Ahead”

Reverend Dr. James C. Wade

April 20, 2010

Reverend Dr. Carolyn Knight “I’ll Fight You for It”

April 25, 2010 April 2, 2010 March 21, 2010

Reverend Oliver Simmons “A Family Thing”

Sister Harriet Brown Birk “The New Agenda: Living the Legacy”

Reverend Marque Woodward “Where Are You?”

April 2, 2010

April 2, 2010

Presiding Elder James Davis “Practice Forgiveness”

April 2, 2010

Reverend Freddie Tillis “Four Step Plan for Paradise”

April 2, 2010

Reverend Dr. Michael Brown “God Comes Back”

May 9, 2010

Mrs. Joan B. McAllister “A Mother’s Love” 7:45 a.m.

May 9, 2010

Dr. Dorothy J. Young Presiding Elder George T. Barkley “Love In Action” 11:00 a.m. “Preparing for Super Sunday”

June 20, 2010

April 2, 2010

Reverend Dr. Edward Scott “Just Put it in His Hands”

Presiding Elder Ralph L. Wilson “Father Knows Best” 7: 45 a.m. 6

THE CHURCH “erefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in theWork of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord.” 1 Corinthians 15:58 NKJV Empowered by the Holy Spirit, the members of Bethel remained faithful to the work of the church during this conference year. These pages contain a brief review of some of our efforts in the areas of ministry, discipleship, Christian education, and temporal affairs.

MINISTRY In Reach Organization



Steward Board

Thanksgiving Baskets Recognized Academic Achievers

Sick and shut in Students grades 1 - 12


Student Adoption Program

College students away from home

Youth Ministries

Aspirations and Accomplishments, Commemoration Booklet Graduation Recognition

Youth and Young Adults

Men’s Ministry

Super Bowl Sunday

Men and young men

Couples’ Ministry

Seminar: Communications Techniques: Couples What’s your personality Type?


2010 Pictorial Directory Scholarship Awards Ministry Day

High School and College Students

All members & families High School Graduates Church and Community

Outreach Church School & Daughters of Sarah Allen

Families Reaching Families


Church School

Christmas Program Easter Program Black History Month Celebration Vacation Bible School

Church and Community Church and Community Church and Community Tallahassee and Quincy

Public Relations Commission

BeTheLite Television Ministry

Church and Community

Social Action Commission

U.S. Census Intake

Tallahassee Communities


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AT WORK Collegiate Ministry Married Couples Ministry Women’s Missionary Society Daughters of Sarah Allen

Free dinners 1st, 3rd, and 4th Sundays Back to School Supplies School Supplies

College Students School Children in need Children in Hope Center, Angel Tree Network Prepared Food Packages Kids Against Hunger- Cairo, GA Mentoring and Personal Development Middle and High School Girls

Care and Support Ministry N.Z. Graham Ministry

15 Hours - Clinical Counseling Staples, blankets, linens, toiletries

Members, & non-members Homeless Shelter Residents Gambro Dialysis Patients

A.J. Kershaw Ministry Social Action Commission Stewardess Board #4

Wigs Community Gun Buy Back Contributions

Cancer Patients Community Annie’s Christmas Project Homeless Shelter

Bethel Bethel

Bethel Summer Bible and Arts Camp Developed New Website and E- Mail News Letter

Children 5-13 in Community Tallahassee & Surrounding Community



Bethel Bethel Bethel Bethel Men’s Ministry Drama Ministry Music and Creative Arts

New Members Classes ABC’s of Salvation Class Daniel Fast Stewardship Education Workshop: “Lift the Savior Up” Founding of AME Church Music Workshop/ Hymfest

Steward Board Christian Education Lay Organization


New Members Youth Congregation Congregation Men and Boys Congregation and Community Tallahassee and surrounding Community Orientation and Training Workshop Steward Board Lecture: “Black Presence in the Bible” Congregation Lay Awareness and Training Workshop Lay Organization

District/Episcopal/Connectional Conference Meetings Tallahassee District Planning Meeting (Monticello, FL) WMS Connectional Executive Board Leadership Training (New Orleans, LA) Church Women’s United State Assembly (Leesburg, FL) Connectional Conference on Stewardship and Sharing (Jacksonville, FL) 2010 Tallahassee District Church School Convention (Tallahassee, FL) Florida Conference Lay Quarterly Meeting (Crestview, FL) Bethel AME CHurch - Annual Report 2010


Sixty-Sixth Annual Session Eleventh District Lay Organization Meeting (Miami, FL) Eleventh Episcopal District 9th Annual Sons of Allen Retreat (Melbourne, FL) Eleventh Episcopal District Mid Year Convocation (Orlando, FL) Christian Education Leadership Congress (Orlando, FL) Eleventh Episcopal District Music Institute (Orlando, FL) General Board and Council of Bishops Meeting (Birmingham, AL) Eleventh Episcopal District Black Heritage Weekend (Jacksonville, FL) AME Church Growth and Development Conference (Little Rock, AK)

TEMPORAL AFFAIRS The Trustees of Bethel AME Church continuously monitored, evaluated, and addressed property and equipment issues. Accordingly, the following actions were taken: Contacts Negotiated insurance maintenance and lawn care services for the main property, vehicles and Bethel By The Lake property Negotiated the hiring of facilities manager. Renovations The Founder’s Tower Installations Security cameras Sonitrol keypad at southwest entrance of church Security system on exterior doors Replacements One Air condition compressor Front gate at Bethel By the Lake Repairs Security lights in parking lot Parking lot surface Broken gutter Light fixtures in chapel Book holders on the back of pews in sanctuary Documentation Cataloged all new documents and contracts Developed a maintenance and lawn care manual Updating property inventory Surveyed, marked, and recorded property north of the church Purchases Commercial refrigerator for kitchen Tables and chairs for East Wing classrooms Enhancements Trimmed trees and limbs surrounding parking lot Painted interior walls and baseboards Planted flowers, grass, mulch and shrubs Conducted Annual Church Clean-Up Day


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Women’s Ministry “Charm is deceptive, and beauty does not last; but a woman who fears the Lord will be greatly praised.” Proverbs 31: 30 NLT The Women’s Ministry fosters spiritual growth and bonding between the women of Bethel and provides opportunities for them to use their unique gifts to bring honor to God and to minister to the spiritual and human needs of the church, the home, and the community. This year’s Women’s Week Celebration, held on April 18th – 20th, featured two nationally acclaimed proclaimers of the Word. The preacher for the two Deana McAllister, First Lady Sunday worship services was the Reverend Dr. Jessica Kendall Ingram, Episcopal Supervisor of the Tenth Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. The Sunday worship services were followed with a two-night Women’s Revival. The Reverend Dr. Carolyn Knight, former Professor of Homiletics, Turner Theological Seminary at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, GA., was the revivalist. On Mother’s Day, the congregation was blessed to hear two virtuous women of God pay tribute to mothers and proclaim the special role God has ordained them to play in the building of His kingdom here on earth. Mrs. Joan Marla McAllister, Episcopal Supervisor of the 20th Episcopal District and the mother of Reverend Julius, was the 7:45 a.m. speaker. The 11:00 a.m. speaker was Dr. Dorothy Jackson Young, Episcopal Supervisor of the Eleventh Episcopal District and the mother of First Lady Deana McAllister.

Dr. Carolyn Knight

Dr. Dorothy J. Young

Dr. Jessica Ingram

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Mrs. Joan B. McAllister


Commission on Health “Dear Friend, I hope that all is well with you and that you are as healthy in body as you are strong in spirit.” 3 John 1:2 NLT Understanding that, as responsible Christians, we must care for our physical needs and discipline our bodies so that we can perform at our best as we serve our God, the Commission on Health exists to equip the membership and the community to become more knowledgeable about health, nutrition, and fitness issues, to inform individuals of the importance of developing healthy lifestyles, and to assist in the development of health ministries at other churches in the region.

Relay for Life

The Fourth Annual Day of Dialogue on Minority Health, held in February, addressed the theme, “Stressors, Strain, and Health: Connecting the Dots to Help.” Health screenings were provided and vendors distributed health related information. Club Fitness met each Wednesday evening featuring aerobic exercise, water aerobics, and kick boxing. The congregation was supplied with relevant health information via the church bulletin board and the weekly church bulletin, and were provided with wholesome recipes and eating tips while we participated in the Daniel Fast during the Season of Lent. Members partnered with Sabal Palm Elementary School to provide health information Day of Dialogue Display to students during their spring festival. Approximately 40 students participated. The Commission made a presentation on “Healthy Eating” at the Tallahassee District Church School Convention and spoke to the Senior Adult Ministry on “Maintaining Good Mental Health.” In the fight against cancer, the Commission also gave leadership to the Annual Relay for Life, in which over 6o Bethelites walked and the $2, 500.00 financial goal was surpassed. Sabal Palm Health Fair


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Community Outreach “Don’t look out only for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too.” Philippians 2: 4 NLT Bethel AME Church serves the residents of its neighboring communities and beyond, by addressing quality of life issues through its non-profit organizations. Thus, we rebuild neighborhoods and rebuild lives.

Bethel Community Development Corporation Mission: “Changing Neighborhoods... One Family at a Time” The Bethel Community Development Corporation (BCDC) provides affordable housing and financial training for first time home buyers who become residents in the Bond and Springfield Communities which are located in the Southside and Westside of Tallahassee. Strategies for serving and qualifying its clients include partnering with and obtaining the services of Innovation Realty, Capital City Bank, Sun Trust Bank, Neighborhood Works, and Tallahassee Lenders Consortium. The program is supported by the City of Tallahassee CHODO and Rehabilitation Funds. During this Conference Year, while meeting the challenges of an unstable housing market, BCDC • Built 4 homes, bringing the total number built to 64 over past ten years. • Rehabilitated 5 homes including roofing, plumbing, electrical and flooring repair. • Was awarded $195,000 for Housing Rehabilitation for housing on the Southside • Was awarded $181,000 for the construction of new homes for 6 families in Bond and Springfield Communities. • Conducted a six weeks course on Financial Empowerment and Credit Repair Goals for 2010-2011 include: • Identifying renters in the Bond Community who can become eligible for assistance. • Conducting a study to determine the feasibility of serving seniors, age fifty-five and above, as well as disabled veterans approaching homelessness.

A Life Recovery Center The A Life Recovery Center is a residential program for recovering addicts. It provides clinical counseling, job counseling, personal counseling as well as social service referrals and follow up. The ultimate expectation is that the individual will learn how to refrain from addictive behavior, accept responsibility for his/her actions, and become employable or enrolled in an educational institution. During this Conference Year, 299 clients were served, of which 25 were misdemeanor drug court clients, 150 were felony drug court clients, 69 were residential clients, and 20 were intensive out patients. The budget for these services was $443,000. Bethel AME CHurch - Annual Report 2010


Evangelism - A Major Priority “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you. And you will be my witnesses, telling people about me everywhere – in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Acts 1: 8 NLT At Bethel, the mandate is clear – Evangelism must be the basic position of the local church and every Christian believer. To prepare Bethel for more powerful and effective evangelism in the surrounding communities, a three-day seminar, “Go Make Disciples,” was held on September 2123, 2009. Instruction and training were provided in three areas: Defending the Faith, Street Ministry, and Organizing the Local Church for Evangelism. The seminar was led by the Reverend Dr. James C. Wade, Executive Director for the Department of Church Growth and Development of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Dr. Wade instructed the seminar participants on Effective Lay Ministry, Knowing and Defending the Faith, and Structuring the Street Ministry. He led an evangelism excursion to the campus of Florida A&M University during which participants engaged students in prayer and personal witness, and extended an invitation to the unsaved to accept Christ as their personal savior. One hundred and sixty-seven students were ministered to during the two-hour visit on campus, one of whom rededicated his life to Christ.

Dr. James C. Wade

Seminar Participants

Go Make Disciples! • The local church must develop a deliberate plan of action to identify and train members to become effective witnesses of our Lord. • Prayer Evangelism must be the order of the day. • We do not worship for ourselves; we worship to empower us to go after and rescue the unsaved. • The success of a street ministry excursion is not the number of new converts, but the number of persons with whom the message of salvation is shared. 13

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Prayer Warriors

Youth and Young Adult Ministries “Let no one despise your youth, but be an example to the believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.” I Timothy 4:12 NKJV Bethel’s dynamic youth and young adults serve, with great energy and enthusiasm, in all components of the church. By openly demonstrating their love for Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit to direct their individual lives and their ministry efforts, they provide excellent Christian examples to the entire church family and the community. Twenty-eight YPD delegates to the Annual Black Heritage Weekend won 24 awards, ranging from 1st – 3rd place; and they placed 1st in the YPD Brain Bowl Competition. Andrei Tillman was appointed YPD Episcopal Chair for Family Education. Some of the youth and young adult programs and services are highlighted on these pages. Youth Ministry • • • • •

Bi-monthlyYouth and Children’s Church Annual Holyween Festival Annual Christmas Ball Skiing Trip to Boone, NC Annual Youth Day Celebration

Young People’s Division (YPD) • • • • • • • •

Monthly YPD Meetings to promote spiritual growth and leadership development Support to the Hope Community Homeless Coalition HIV/AIDS Day volunteers Home assistance to sick and shut-in Relay for Life Participation Back-to-School Campaign – collected /distributed school supplies Cultural Tour – Birmingham, AL and Atlanta, GA Attended Area and Conference YPD Meetings

Collegiate and Young Adult Ministry (CYAM) • • • • • •

Weekly Bible Study Weekly Church School Class College Praise and Worship Ministry Voices of Judah Choir Evangelism Excursion – FAMU Collegiate and Young Adult Brochure

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Youth and Young Adult Ministries


Ministries in Action “What good is it, dear brothers and sisters, if you say you have faith but don’t show it by your actions?” James 2:14 NLT


Ministries in Action


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Ministerial and Administrative Staffs “is service that you perform is not only supplying the needs of God’s people but is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God.” 2 Corinthians 9: 12 NIV We thank God for the cadre of associate ministers, administrative, and office personal who, with great love and devotion, committed their God-given gifts to advance the Kingdom of God.

Bishop Frances Harris

Reverend David Williams

Reverend William Proctor, Jr.

Reverend Joan McGlockton Reverend Dr. Herbert Corbin Reverend Melvin Payne, III

Rosalie HIll Administrative Coordinator

Leola Moore Staff Assistant

Felicia Gambrel Fiscal Affairs Officer

Reverend William Liptrot

Brother Marcus Payne

Sam Heyward Office Assistant

Reverend Dr. Kimberly Corbin Reverend Aundra McGlockton

Brother Aaron Treadwell

Johnny Williams Facility Manager

Reverend Evelyn Corbin (Retired)

Al Jones Media Specialist


Bethel AME 2010 Annual Report  

Bethel AME 2010 Annual Report

Bethel AME 2010 Annual Report  

Bethel AME 2010 Annual Report