African American Methodist Heritage Center

African American Methodist Heritage Center

AAMHC Board of Directors annual meeting February 2013, in Linthicum,MD.

The AAMHC announces the 2014 Calendar for $5

The AAMHC announces the 2014 Calendar for $5

Methodist history is expressed uniquely in our society African American Methodist Heritage Center announces our 2014 calendar, which celebrates the banners that are displayed in various artistic mediums in churches, and on their websites… The banners honor the legacy and tradition of early Methodists and embrace the uniqueness of the current age. This calendar honors […]

BMCR Meeting

BMCR Meeting

47th Meeting, March 28-29, 2014, St. Louis, Missouri We are only a few weeks away from the 2014 Special Meeting of Black Methodists for Church Renewal. We have much work to do and we have much to celebrate in the life of the church and by way of what we are endeavoring to do in […]

Annual Report  2014

Annual Report 2014

Annual Report of The African American Methodist Heritage Center To The 47th Annual Meeting of the Black Methodists for Church Renewal – March 28, 2014  No tree can flourish without its roots.  African proverb During this second decade of ministry The African American Methodist Heritage Center (AAMHC) continues to seek and strengthen the roots of […]

A precious part of history, spirituals continue to heal

A precious part of history, spirituals continue to heal

By Pamela Crosby African-American spirituals, also known as Negro spirituals, are a familiar, precious part of American history. Today their melodies are an integral part of worship services. Often sung as part of Martin Luther King Jr. birthday and Black History Month celebrations, oppressed people worldwide continue to use them as protest and liberation songs. […]

Older your Black Methodist History Video Today

Older your Black Methodist History Video Today

Explore the dynamic history of a resilient, faithful African American people who overcame racism and rejection to serve God as a remnant in their predominantly white denomination. They were determined to achieve freedom, dignity and full inclusion in developing a united Methodist Church. They succeeded through their faithful obedience to God’s vision of love, justice […]