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African American Ministries

AAM exists to build an influential community of thriving African American leaders and congregants through resources and relationships out of which we recruit, support, and mobilize leaders.

Reuben and Golda Amlalo smiling in a boat on the water

Reuben and Golda Amlalo: From Ghana to the PCA

Reuben and Golda Amlalo are a Ghanaian couple currently residing in Baltimore, Maryland, where Reuben serves at Faith Christian Fellowship. The couple is from Accra, Ghana, where they lived until they were 14 and 15 years old, respectively. Golda is a speech language pathologist who graduated from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, where …

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Jason Francoeur: Howard University’s First RUF Intern

Jason Francoeur and his family relocated to Florida from Kenscoff, Haiti, and Jason is proud of his roots. Despite his age, he already has a breadth and depth of experience serving in the church — from preaching and teaching Sunday school, to choir directing and managing communications. After graduating from Florida Gulf Coast University he …

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Lance Lewis speaking

Lance Lewis: A Black Pastor’s Reflections on the Presbyterian Church in America

Between the Pew, a podcast produced by the African American Ministries (AAM), recently got to speak with father/son duo Lance and Charles Lewis. Lance Lewis is pastor of New City Sacramento Church where he proclaims Christ, pursues justice, and promotes redemptive ethnic unity.  Lance’s Background Lance Lewis is a child of West Philadelphia. His earliest …

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