Rev. Shelia D. Williams, Ministerial Staff
Rev. Marion Brock, Jr. Ministerial Staff
Rev. Patrea Wilson, Ministerial Staff
LeKeedric Taylor - Ministerial Staff
Brenda Burns, Ministerial Staff
Rosenita (RC) Strayhand, Evangelist
Rev. Dr. Jacquelyn L. Denson, Presiding Elder
Rev. Dr. Jerome V. Harris, General Officer
Rev. Sherita Moon Seawright, Episcopal Supervisor
Rt. Rev. Harry L. Seawright, Presiding Prelate & President of the Council of Bishops, AME Church
“God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer, The Holy Spirit Our Comforter, Humankind Our Family.”
From Our First Family
On behalf of Saint John’s African Methodist Episcopal Church and my family, we take this opportunity to thank you for visiting our website and welcome you to stop by and visit our church. If you have recently moved to the Montgomery area and are looking for a church home, we hope you will consider Saint John’s. There are many churches in the community and the surrounding area that you can choose to attend, but you will find that St. John's is a great place for fun, family, and fellowship. Feel free to worship with us as often as you like, and participate in as much as you feel comfortable.
We look forward to seeing you.
Pastor Roosevelt Williams, III
About Our Church
On June 8, 1871, Reverend Christbuger and a small group of Christians met at the bottom of North Court Street and organized a church, which was later to become St. John’s African Methodist Episcopal Church of Montgomery, Alabama. Moving from the “Bottom,” this loyal band of Christians began construction of the present building in 1873, completing the basement in 1874, and later constructing the upper story in 1877-1888, as members brought bricks in arms and in aprons during the pastorate of Reverend S. N. Fitzpatrick.
The present edifice, which gracefully stands on the Madison Avenue Hill, is a monument to the sacrifice and dedication of the church’s pioneers.
History of St. John's
To promote an up sweep in evangelism
To gain fifty (50) new members per year
To increaseSundaySchool attendance to one hundred and fifty (150) per Sunday
To promote family oriented activities as a means of strengthening the family unit
To promote more youth activities
To enhance the spirit of the Sunday
Morning Worship services through renewed conviction and enthusiasm
To seek total involvement and fuller commitment for greater service where needed
To strive for every member to become a
tither or a proportional giver to enhance the work of the church and provide for operational commitments
To buy all available properties around
To build a seniors resident