OUR BOARD & AUXILLARIES
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Stewards are nominated by the pastor and confirmed by the Quarterly Conference for a term of one year. The Stewards are accountable for the managing of the money of the church, provide for the needs of the pastor, seek the needy and distressed, keep records of marriages, and maintain records on the status of members. Stewards are responsible for the spiritual welfare of the church.
BROTHER AL NILES, PRO TEM
Women's Missionary Society (WMS)
The WMS is a connectional organization. The mission statement of the WMS is "We are called to strengthen our faith and sent to continue the ministry of Jesus Christ by service and witness in the world." All St. Paul AME members are invited to participate in the WMS. The WMS meets the last Saturday of each month at 11am at St Paul AME fellowship hall.
SISTER TAMARA GILES, PRESIDENT
This organization serves as the door keepers of the church. They provide services for morning worship, funerals, and all special worship services. Membership is open to all members and youth of the church. Meetings are held quarterly.
BROTHER DANNY RANSOM, PRESIDENT #1
SISTER LINDA SIMS, PRESIDENT #2
Members of the Stewardess Board are nominated by the pastor and confirmed by the Steward Board. The primary responsibilities of the Stewardess are to assist the Stewards with their duties in regards to baptism and the Lord’s Supper. The Stewardess Board meets the Tuesday after the first Sunday at 6:00 pm.
SISTER MAZELL WALTON, VICE PRESIDENT
Trustees are nominated by the pastor and elected by the church conference. Trustees serve for a term of one year. They are responsible for the physical upkeep of the church property.
BROTHER JACOB RANSOM, PRO TEM
Young People’s Division (YPD)
The YPD is a connectional organization and operates as a division of the WMS. The organization consist of components for ages 2 to 26. The YPD meets after the 10:50 am service on the third Sunday.
SISTER KATRINA JAMES, PRESIDENT
This is another connectional organization. All members who are not clergy are Lay. The Doctrine and Discipline of the African Methodist Episcopal Church states “The purpose of the Lay organization is to organize and train the laity of the African Methodist Episcopal Church as that each lay person may utilize to the maximum the abilities and skills granted by God, in assisting with the improvement and extension of God’s kingdom, and creating happiness, peace, and harmony among its members.” The Lay Organization meets every other third Tuesday at 6:00 pm.