African and African-American Liberation Ministry (A/AALM)
Formerly the African Liberation Ministry, the A/AALM is an adult ministry reestablished to provide a positive, effective voice for building bridges between Africans and African-Americans and sustaining relationships once developed. Field trips, workshops, seminars/guest speakers, and panel discussions help to explore African and African-American life and culture from the Biblical, Christian and historical frames of reference. The importance of strengthening the bonds uniting Africans and African-Americans at this period in history is discussed. DNA testing and genealogical research are resources utilized to reveal African heritage and connect the dots between Africans on the Continent and Africans in the Diaspora. God’s message to the A/AALM is to “shore it up” and “seize the moment.” The A/AALM meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 8:00 pm virtually (by phone), and at 7:00 pm, quarterly, at the church.
Beyond The Walls Gang
Beyond the Walls’ purpose is to reach out to the community, and build a bridge for those who (for whatever reason) don’t want to come to church, and shape a worship environment suited for them. The mission of this adult ministry is to meet people where they are, and take them where they need to be. Our goal is to affect change in “adopted” communities, and spread the gospel not through words, and conventional ways of churching, but through organizing programs and activities that are a benefit to the community, that also promote spiritual values. The volunteers in the ministry should serve as role models (ambassadors), building relationships with our people where they are, and from their actions and leadership, become the conduit to reclaim these targeted communities from the pitfalls of drugs, crime and violence.
BALM (Blessings And Love Marriage Ministry)
BALM helps to strengthen, reconcile, heal, spiritually enrich, empower and witness love to married and engaged couples through the Word of our Lord and Savior. This adult ministry permits couples to learn, work together in a God-centered marriage, while continuously growing together, learning about God’s design for marriages and sharing in Christian fellowship with other married couples and engaged couples.View the website
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Christian Business Network
The Ebenezer AME Christian Business Ministry (CBM) is a Christian based organization within the church consisting of members and non-members of the Ebenezer Church family. The mission of the ministry is to empower Christian business owners through education, encouragement, and engagement, helping them reach their God given vision. Isiah 54:2 states “Enlarge the place of your tent, stretch your tent curtains wide, do not hold back; lengthen your cords, strengthen your stakes.” We believe that through our faith in God, we can grow our businesses beyond what we originally hoped or imagined.Email: Contact Leader View the website
To connect every member of Ebenezer to another member to assure that each member has or knows someone to share joy, sorrow and Christian discipleship. Meets second Tuesday of each month.
The Jewels of Ebenezer is the seniors’ ministry of Ebenezer A.M.E. Church. It consists of both men and women 65 and older. The Jewels pledge themselves to a lifelong commitment of service to God. The ministry offers strong support and assistance to its seniors wherever needed. Monthly meetings and Bible Study are the primary focus of the ministry, as well as outings, e.g., concerts, plays, dinners, and museums. Guests are often invited to the monthly meetings to enlighten and educate seniors about issues that concern them, such as spiritual growth, family, finance, and health and safety issues unique to the seniors of our community. Jewels’ outings are extended to family, friends, and our church family. Jewels meet monthly on every 2nd Saturday except in July and August.
The ministry promotes spiritual health and growth in the Lord and involves the seniors of the church in activities that interest and benefit them in all aspects of their lives.
Leader: Betty Cain
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To provide counsel and legal service for many of the church's undertakings, such as development of the church school, family life center, economic development program, public relations, real estate, music ministry and general corporate law. This ministry does not provide free legal advice to church members, but does provide referral services for legal counsel within the Body of Christ. Meets 2nd Thursday of each month.
Men’s Ministry – For Men Only (FMO)
The Men’s Ministry is a fellowship of men who seek to become stronger men of God. This ministry provides opportunities for men to grow into a solid life of faith and discipleship through prayer, fellowship, bible study and service. The ministry meets weekly at 7 p.m. on Thursday nights. A special Men's Ministry bible study, "For Men Only - FMO", is held the first Thursday of each month. At FMO, refreshments are often served and a guest facilitator is often in attendance to provide perspective on issues of importance to today's men.
The mission of the Men's Ministry is to love God, love others, and serve mankind. We promote spiritual growth and bonding among men by encouraging them to become strong, mature spiritual leaders and role models.
Reach Out To Military Ministry (ROTMM)
To support military members and their families, serving abroad as well as in the continental United States, through frequent communications.
To give spiritual and emotional support to unmarried, divorced and separated parents. Holds regular Bible Study sessions, fellowships and community outreach activities. Meets every 3rd Saturday of the month.
Please visit the women's ministry website for more information.View the website
Women’s Resource & Restoration Center (WRRC)
The Women’s Resource & Restoration Center grew out of a vision that was birthed in 2003 to Rev. Dr. Jo Ann Browning, Co-Pastor of Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church.
WRRC provides outreach and spiritual enrichment to women of all ages. As it has done for the past nine years, the Center continues to host forums on women-related issues.