1101 Pine Street
Columbia, South Carolina 29205



©2017 by Chappelle Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church. 

(803) 254-7911


Facing Life's Problems

Benevolence Ministry

The Benevolence Ministry is managed by our Board of Stewards, whose job is partly to seek the needy and distressed in order to relieve and comfort them based on the available resources.

LEAD CONTACT: Connie Moore

Health Ministry

The Health Ministry aids the church's mission by educating members about wellness maintenance and addressing health disparities. In emergencies, they act as first responders in caring for the ill or injured.

LEAD CONTACT: Jean Hopkins

Justice Ministry

The Justice Ministry is a covenant partner of the Central Midlands Justice Ministry and based on Micah 6:8. Our purpose is to connect our disparities to the Scriptures as a guide for how we should challenge our community leaders for the cause of justice.

LEAD CONTACT: Patricia Coleman

Lay Organization

The overall purpose of the Lay Organization is to help members understand the program of the church and relate the church to the world around us. The Lay Organization is often a front line ministry for the church when dealing with social action.


Sons of Allen

The Sons of Allen Ministry, the official Men's Ministry of the African Methodist Episcopal Church fosters an atmosphere where men are inspired through worship, study and prayer to have fellowship and relationship with God and their fellowmen.

LEAD CONTACTS: Victor Reese and Connie Moore

Transportation Ministry

The Transportation Ministry helps our worshippers who need a ride to church to attend worship.

LEAD CONTACT: Martha Mosby

Women's Missionary Society

The Women's Missionary Society are mission-minded people called to strengthen our faith and sent to continue the ministry of Jesus Christ by service and witness to the world.

LEAD CONTACT: Jackie Eichelberger

Young People's Division

The Young People's Division is a part of the Women's Missionary Society and includes all members from birth up to age 26. The youth are taught to aid the needy and suffering people, regardless of race, color or creed and to take the Bible as their guide and to aid their church. 

LEAD CONTACT: Fhallon Brooks

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