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The AME Church is divided into 20 Districts. We now want to look at the 16th District. The 16th Episcopal District spans Guyana/Surname, Virgin Islands, European, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Windward Islands, Brazil, and Cuba. The 16th District […]
Annette Caldwell Jones was born in St. Paul, Minnesota to O’Neal and Margarite Caldwell. She was raised in Topeka, Kansas, her family was active in the AME Church and civic and political organizations. Her mother […]
The African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) is a private institution of higher learning located in Monrovia in the West African nation of Liberia (14th Episcopal District). AMEU is the second largest university in Liberia with over […]
"A Picture is worth a thousand words" (Napoleon Bonaparte)
A Pictorial Display of Laity in Episcopal Districts 1-20
This new technology feature will be activated to showcase pictorial events that took/take place in Episcopal Districts 1-20. We thank those people who thought it not robbery to share their photos with the CLO Historiographer's office. We encourage you to send photograph's that show the CLO at work. Just send the photos to my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org). This will allow pictures to be shared across the CLO's social media networks. Please note that each photo you see has the person's name and district. Please provide that information along with the picture in a JPEG format.
Please encourage others to view this informative pictorial display, our Black History Month Personalities display, and our monthly write-up of district personalities who have made significant contributions to the Lay Movement and the AME Church.