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The Department of Christian Education of the AME Church is responsible for resourcing this global denomination for faith formation and leadership development throughout the lifespan for faithful and effective discipleship. As the Ephesian Epistle speaks of the variety of gifts and callings, it is through the variety of ministries, which make up the Department of Christian Education that the teaching ministry of the church is carried out.


Church School is held every Sunday at 9:30am to teach adults and children about God's word and living a Christian life. Here you can learn who God is, why He does what He does, and how we should relate to Him and apply His lessons to our modern day lives. Church school has seven age based classes: Beginner, Primary, Intermediate, High School, Young Adult, Women, and Men.


Fully and faithfully committed to the Word of God, Bethel encourages all to join our weekly Bible Study sessions on Wednesdays at 6:30pm. It is here that we become knowledgeable of God's promises and gain confidence in our ability to live a life focused on Him. Thy word is a light unto our path and Bethel is moving boldly forward.


Girl Scouts build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. In Girl Scouts, girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. through a myriad of enriching experiences, such as extraordinary field trips, sports skill-building clinics, community service products, cultural exchanges, and environmental stewardship, girls grow courageous and strong.



The purpose of the Sons of Allen is to encourage men to become involved in helping other men find Christ in their lives. We provide moral support and keep a watchful eye on the senior men of the church. We provide an environment where men can come for stimulating open discussions.



RAYAC Is Our Young Adult Ministry Focused On Forming And Growing Our Relationship With Christ, Developing Young Adults Into Christian Leaders, And Providing Opportunities For Christian Fellowship. The goal of the RAYAC is to retain young adults to the Lord, the church, and to lead young adults to use their gifts and talents in the service of the Lord.