The Historic St. Paul A.M.E. Church


The Historic
St. Paul A.M.E. Church
200 E Lexington
Independence, MO 64050
Rev. Rachel Williams-Glenn, Pastor

2017-2018 Theme
"Restoring the Temple Order:    Not Ashamed to Live Holy!"

So don’t be ashamed of the message about our Lord. And don’t be ashamed of me, his prisoner. Instead, join with me as I suffer for the good news. God’s power will help us do that. God has saved us. He has chosen us to live a holy life. It wasn’t because of anything we have done. It was because of his own purpose and grace. Through Christ Jesus, God gave us this grace even before time began. It has now been made known through the coming of our Savior, Christ Jesus. He has broken the power of death. Because of the good news, he has brought life out into the light. That life never dies. I was appointed to announce the good news. I was appointed to be an apostle and a teacher. That’s why I’m suffering the way I am. But this gives me no reason to be ashamed. That’s because I know who I have believed in. I am sure he is able to take care of what I have given him. I can trust him with it until the day he returns as judge.
~ 2 Timothy 1:8-12 (NIrV)

This Sunday's services: Church School @ 10am and Morning Worship @ 11am

About Us

St. Paul A.M.E. Church has been part of the Independence community for 150 years and counting.  We seek to connect people with God in a way that helps them reach their full potential in God, family and community. We are committed to doing more than talking about holiness.  Instead, we seek to be useful to God in every way that we can to as many people as we can for as long as we can.
St. Paul is part of the Midwest North District of the Midwest Conference of the Fifth District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church ,