GRANT

African Methodist Episcopal Church

Rev. Dr. James Arthur Rumph, Pastor

History... Serving, Building,
Establishing to the Glory of God.

Study to show thyself...

Our Pastor and First Lady

Women\'s Day 2016

Beyond the Walls

Hall of Fame Inductee

Study to show thyself...

Study to show thyself approved unto God. 2 Tim 2:15 Join us for WAM Bible Study and Prayer Service, Wednesdays at 11:15am and 6:00pm; Church School, Sundays at 8:00am; Know Your Church, Sundays at 8:15am.

Our Pastor and First Lady

Rev. Dr. J. Arthur Rumph and Mrs. Sandra Bryant Rumph.

Women's Day 2016

Women's Day Worship Celebration October 9, 2016, 9:30a Worship, 12:30p Brunch and 1:30p Music and Jam Session. Dr. Najuma Smith-Pollard, speaker.

Beyond the Walls

Join the campaign. Checks payable to Grant AME Church mailed to 10435 S. Central Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90002. Or visit GrantAMEChurch.org/giving/ to give online or gofundme.com/wattsrebirth.

Hall of Fame Inductee

Congratulations to our pastor the Rev. Dr. J. Arthur Rumph on his induction to the 2016 Henry McNeal Turner Hall of Fame.

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2016 General Conference News

GENERAL CONFERENCE UPDATE – We’re Going to the General Conference! We want you to go with us! July 6-13, 2016, Philadelphia, PA the birthplace of the AME Church. Make your plans now.  Here is information to assist: Observer registration – $115 with AME membership card if paid by December 31, 2015, must be completed online….
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Pastor Rumph to be Honored by Turner Theological Seminary

MINISTRY LEADERS TO BE HONORED DURING THIRD ANNUAL TURNER ALUMNI HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY: November 2, 2015, Atlanta, GA – Turner Theological Seminary, the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AMEC) constituent seminary of the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) is preparing to pay tribute to another group of its outstanding alumni. Nine persons will be recognized…
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USC Student Film: PISCES by Graduate Alexis Jackson

Fellow Grant AME Church member and recent University of Southern California (USC) graduate, Alexis N. Jackson, directed and animated her senior thesis film, PISCES. This film commemorates her personal relationship with her father, Robert L. Jackson, in an abstract underwater experience. As a requirement for her Bachelor of Arts degree in Animation and Digital Arts…
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2014 Annual Conference Delegate Report

The 90th Session of the Southern California Annual Conference was opened by Presiding Prelate T. Larry Kirkland on Wednesday, October 22, 2014, at 9:00 a.m. with roll call of churches and delegates. Lessie Thompson served as the 2014 delegate from Grant AME Church and provided an extensive report of the proceedings. 2014 Annual Conference Delegate Report…
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2014 Annual Conference

Pastor Rumph Makes First Grant AME Church Annual Report!

The Rev. Dr.  J. Arthur Rumph, pastor of Grant African Methodist Episcopal Church Los Angeles presented his first annual report for this charge on Thursday, October 23, 2014, at the Los Angeles Airport Hilton Hotel.  He was accompanied and supported by a host of excited Grant members. Below are highlights of the ministries offered during…
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Women’s Conference – “Break Every Chain”

Ladies of all ages, you are invited to attend fabulous workshops and panel discussion, JAZZ celebration luncheon, and powerful worship at the “Break Every Chain” Women’s Conference at Grant A.M.E. Church.  Registration is $25.00 and includes lunch. Click here to purchase your ticket through Pay Pal or click on the Giving tab above. Saturday July 26,…
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Adult Choir Visits Convalescent Home

On Saturday, January 8, 2014, the Adult Choir visited James Davis and Irma Goree, two of our Grant AME Church members, in the Belmont Heights Convalescent Home.  It was a joyful celebration of song, scripture, and praise.  The music could be heard through the corridors of the home.  Brother James Davis, an inactive member of…
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