|1525 Michigan Avenue Buffalo, New York 14209 (716) 886-1650 Office Phone (716) 886-2311 Fax
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
|Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church
Buffalo, New York
|1525 Michigan Avenue Buffalo, New York 14209
Office Phone: 716.886-1650 Office Fax: 716-886-2311 Office email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|God Our Father! Christ Our Redeemer!
The Holy Spirit Our Comforter! Humankind Our Family!
|Our Episcopal Leaders
Bishop Gregory G. M. & Rev. Dr. Jessica K. Ingram
Bishop Ingram has distinguished himself throughout African Methodism for his expertise on Stewardship and Tithing.
He is a dynamic preacher and lecturer who is sought after to speak at Churches, Colleges, Universities and Civic
functions. He has authored a number of publications that are heralded throughout African Methodism. Included among
them are Equipping the Saints for Service, The Spiritual Aptitude Test (S.A.T.) Manual for African Methodism:
A Textbook for teaching New Members and nurturing others in the Church, and The African Methodist Episcopal Church
Pastor's Journal and The Joy of Giving, a Stewardship Campaign Manual. Bishop Ingram holds a Bachelor of Arts degree
from Wilberforce University, a Master of Arts degree in Teaching from Antioch College, a Master of Divinity degree from
Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary.
Rev. Dr. Jessica Kendall Ingram is the Episcopal Supervisor for the First Episcopal District of the African Methodist
Episcopal Church. She oversees the work of women in 305 churches. Her responsibilities include working with the
Women's Missionary Society, the Young People's Department, Women in Ministry and the Minister's Spouses.
She is the author of A Journey in the Experience of Prayer, A guide for the Pilgrim Traveler.
In 2016, they were the Historic Hosts of the 50th Quadrennial Session of the General Conference. The Conference theme:
"An Extraordinary History - An Incredible Future" summed up the amazing feats of African Methodism in the Church
and the Communities it serves. All eyes were on Philadelphia as the AME Church celebrated its history and set the course
for Her future.