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 […]
For a decade Bishop Forrest C. Stith, has led the AAMHC in assembling a trove of Black Methodist archival treasures. The Center celebrated both its own 10 year history and the service of its unpaid President and CEO at a December 9, 2011 Washington, D.C., gala that featured a concert of revered African American sacred […]
The African American Methodist Heritage Center (AAMHC) is a ministry of the United Methodist Church and Methodism at large. It views the church and its ministry in retrospect and prospect,
African American Methodist Heritage Center to The 46th Annual Meeting of Black Methodists for Church Renewal – March 13-15, 2013 “ …when your children shall ask their parents in time to come, saying, ‘What do these stones mean?’ then you shall let your children know, ‘Israel crossed over the Jordan here on dry ground’.” (Joshua […]
(retired) as Board of Directors President Linthicum Heights, Md.—The United Methodist Church’s African American Methodist Heritage Center (AAMHC) announced the election of Bishop Woodie W. White (retired) as Board of Directors President at a Feb. 8-9 meeting. A long-time United Methodist and Black Methodists for Church Renewal (BMCR) member, White brings a treasure of history […]
United Methodist Bishop Leontine T.C. Kelly, the first black woman bishop in a major Christian denomination, preaches at a Methodist church in College Park, Ga., in 2004. Kelly, 92, died in Oakland on June 28. Leontine T.C. Kelly, a daughter and wife of ministers who followed her own calling and became the first black woman […]
Black Methodists for Church Renewal OK major restructure to reflect diversity of denomination A new Black Methodists for Church Renewal was born Friday, March 15, 2013, when members attending the 2013 annual meeting approved a major restructure of the official caucus that advocates for Black Methodists in The United Methodist Church.
This colorful 2013 calendar honors our biblical roots and reflects our cultural heritage through 13 vivid, stained-glass windows belonging to historically black, Pan-Methodist churches—each a masterpiece of breathtaking artistry!. Please call 973-408-3862 for special rate on bulk orders of 25 or more. Methodist history is expressed uniquely in our society. The stained glass medium honors […]