AME Links


AME Church Official Website

Official Website of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Incorporated, a Pennsylvania Corporation, administered by the Office of the General Secretary and Chief Information Officer of the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME Church).

The Christian Recorder

The Christian Recorder is the oldest existing black periodical in America, and the only one in the United States.

Women's Missionary Society African Methodist Episcopal Church

Women’s Missionary Society (WMS) of the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AMEC) is an international faith-based organization. The WMS is composed of over 800,000 members located across four continents in thirty-two countries. They are in the forefront of works of mission, at the head of the Church, operating from the highest level within each of twenty Episcopal Districts and reporting to every meeting of the General and Annual Conferences.

Women in Ministry

Women in Ministry (WIM) in the African Methodist Episcopal Church is an international organization serving the continental United States, Africa, India, the Caribbean, and Europe.

Our Health Ministry

A culturally specific Web-based health information resource, was created to help church-based health ministries more effectively reach, engage, and empower communities of color.

AME Social Action Commission

The official website of the AME Social Action Commission. They are representative of the ongoing fight for Civil Rights and Social Justice in this country, and uplift and educate throughout all of our endeavors, as Social Action is basic to ministry in African Methodism.

Connection Lay Organization

The purpose of this organization shall be to organize and train the laity of the African Methodist Episcopal Church so 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

AME Christian Education

The idea of Christian Education is deeply rooted in the traditions and history of African Methodism.