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The bread and juice have been consecrated and our members have received palms, communion cups and waters by mail. You can also take part in Holy Communion tomorrow!

Have your own bread/cracker and grape juice available and join us by conference call tomorrow at 11:15am (see number below) or on Facebook or YouTube and be ready to take communion as we offer prayers for communion and begin Holy Week.

"For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do shew the Lord's death till he come." 1 Corinthians 11:26

Adams Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church was established as a mission church on Palm Sunday, April 4, 1982 and it was the first new A.M.E. church in Baltimore in 32 years.
The vision of Bishop John Hurst Adams (deceased) and the young Rev. Michael O. Thomas, a Deacon at Bethel A.M.E. in Baltimore, was to establish a mission in the Liberty Heights community.  Along with Rev. Michael Thomas and his wife, Rev. Debyii Thomas, came one hundred charter members.  The members were former parishioners of Bethel A.M.E. in Baltimore, then under the pastorate of Rev. Dr. John R. Bryant, who can be credited for spearheading this major effort of the Church.
Because Rev. Thomas would not be ordained an Itinerant Elder until the next Annual Conference, the first communions were consecrated and served to the new congregation by Rev. Mary Henry Whitehead (mother of members Bill Henry and JoAnn Henry) of Bethel A.M.E. Church, Rev. Edward C. Wilson, Presiding Elder of the Eastern District, and Bishop Harrison James Bryant.

To God Be the Glory for the Great Things He has Done!

We ask that you keep in special prayer our sick and shut-in, persons who are in nursing homes and hospitals, our elderly and persons who have compromised immune systems. 
"...the prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working" - James 5:16 
Please see a class leader for contact information.
Ronald Derricks (Class Leader: Ray Rice)
Leona Edwards (Mother of Rev. Rawlings)
Bill Henry (Class Leader: Ray Rice)

Robert Johnson (Class Leader: Ray Rice)
Leonard Martin (Class Leader: Ray Rice)
Harold C. Young


3/2 Cookie Fenwick
3/12 Milton Davis
3/16 Pearl Whiting 
3/24 Curtis Jackson
3/31 Rev. Sharon Derricks
4/8 Edith Schenck
4/13 Daesha Nichols (Y)
4/16 April Nichols (Y)
5/15 Janiece Yates
5/16 Ako Boyd
5/26 Robert Love Jr (Y)
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