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Wednesday, Dec 19th @ 7:00pm
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Thursday, Dec 20th @ 7:00pm
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Thursday, Dec 20th @ 7:00pm
Barbara A. Davis Drama Ministry
Thursday, Dec 20th @ 7:00pm
Sanctuary Choir
Thursday, Dec 20th @ 8:00pm
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Friday, Dec 21st @ 10:00am
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cudjoe conduah2The Reverend Cudjoe E. Conduah, Jr. was ordained an Itinerant Preacher in 2008, and assigned to Union Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Randallstown, Maryland, where The Reverend Charles T. Sembly is Pastor.  He is the former Pastor of New Life in Christ African Methodist Episcopal Church of the 14th Episcopal District in Liberia. 
Reverend Conduah holds a B.A. in Theology from Bryant Theological Seminary A.M.E. University in Monrovia, Liberia. Reverend Conduah is currently attending the Payne Theological Seminary pursuing a Master Degree in Divinity. He is Minister to the Infirmed and Coordinator of the Boys to Men Ministry.  
Reverend and Mrs. Conduah are the proud parents of four boys.  His favorite scripture is James 1:12: Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him. (NIV)
Emmanuel Johnson VestmentsThe Reverend Emmanuel Johnson was ordained an Itinerant Deacon on April 19, 2013 at the 63rd Session of the Washington Annual Conference.  In addition to being a member of the Ministerial Staff, Reverend Johnson is the Adult Church School Facilitator at Union Bethel AME Church where Reverend Charles T. Sembly is the Pastor. Recently, Rev. Johnson was appointed to the Comfort and Bereavement Ministry.
At an early age, Rev. Johnson accepted Christ at Mt. Moriah AME Zion Church in Richburg, SC.  He attended Chester County Public Schools and received his B.S. degree in Business Administration from Livingstone College in Salisbury, NC.  Rev. Johnson is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity degree from St. Mary's Seminary and University. 

Rev. Johnson is the Sole Proprietor of Emmanuel's Barbershop in Randallstown, MD.  He is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.  His favorite hymn is "My Hope is Built" and his favorite scripture is "Now unto him who is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy. To the only wise God our Savior, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and ever. Amen. (Jude 1:24-25KJV). Reverend Johnson is married to Alison Hall Johnson.  They have three children.    Reverend Johnson refers to himself as "humble servant" of God.
lightstock 116403 medium susan tapper smallThe Reverend Dr. Romaine N. Williams and her husband Anthony reside in Harford County, Maryland. She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science with Honors from Goucher College, a Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law, and a Masters Degree in Theology, as a Deans Scholar, from the Ecumenical Institute of St. Mary’s Seminary & University in Baltimore, MD, as well as she has earned various Certificates in several other areas.
Rev. Dr. Williams is a retired Pastor of Star of Bethlehem A.M.E. Church in Baltimore City, Maryland, having been assigned the Pastoral Charge by the late Bishop Vinton R. Anderson. Under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Williams, several renovations and improvements were made to Star of Bethlehem, as well as many souls saved, several new ministries birthed, and several others revived. She, along with the help of many of her seniors and other members, also authored the first written historical narrative of the Church that provided significant information about Star of Bethlehem dating back to the early 1900’s. She served Star of Bethlehem faithfully for eight years from 2002 until 2010, when she retired at the seat of the Washington Annual Conference.
Prior to her Pastoral Appointment to Star of Bethlehem, Rev. Dr. Romaine Williams served as the Assistant Pastor and Minister to Women at Falls Road A.M.E. Church for four years, teaching bible studies and facilitating retreats, under the Pastoral leadership of Rev. Arthur B. Glover and First Lady Brenda Glover. She responded to her call to the Ordained Itinerant Ministry in January of 1993 at her home church of Union Bethel A.M.E. Church, Randallstown, Maryland under the Pastorate of Rev. Charles T. Sembly and First Lady, Pamela J. Sembly, where she served in many capacities, including as a Steward for many years, and also as the Minister to Youth her last two years there in 1998.  She was licensed to preach on April 21, 1993 and on May 30, 1993, she preached her Trial Sermon at Union Bethel titled, “Thy Word is a Lamp unto My Feet.” In 1996, Rev. Williams was ordained an Itinerant Deacon in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, and in 1998 she was ordained her final orders as an Itinerant Elder.
Rev. Dr. Williams has been blessed to also preach, teach, and speak at several different churches and events throughout the Baltimore-Washington and Virginia Areas. She has also preached at both, the Potomac District and the Capitol District Sunday School Conventions, the Capitol District Church Conference, and she preached an Annual Missionary Sermon at a Washington Annual Conference. She served as an Instructor for the Admission’s Class for the Washington Conference Board of Examiners from 2006 – 2010 and as a member of the Ministerial Efficiency Committee of the Washington Annual Conference for nearly eight years.
In 2012, Rev. Dr. Williams and her family re-united with her home church of Union Bethel where she currently serves as a superannuated associate clergy under the Pastoral leadership of Pastor Charles T. Sembly, assisting with women, youth, and other ministry as needed. Rev. Dr. Williams also continues to be involved with civic and community activities as well as boards and commissions of various organizations. She has spent many years serving as a mentor to women and to students in high school and college programs. She is currently employed as an Attorney, and she has held several leadership positions as an attorney and as an administrator in State and local government.  In 2013, she received a Gubernatorial appointment as a Baltimore County Board of Education Member, where she served as Chairperson of its Policy Review Committee, until her departure from the Baltimore County School Board in April 2017, to relocate to Harford County. In 2015, she was also awarded the prestigious Daily Record Top 100 Maryland Women Award. 
Despite her early retirement from the active Ordained Itinerant Ministry, Rev. Dr. Williams continues to love and serve the Lord - preaching, teaching, encouraging, and sharing her many gifts whenever asked, as her busy schedule permits. She truly loves the Lord and His people, and she is grateful that the Lord is her Shepherd. One of her favorite scriptures is Micah 6:8 “What doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?” One of her favorite hymns is “Look and Live” – “I’ve a message from the Lord, hallelujah! This message unto you I’ll give, ‘Tis recorded in His Word, hallelujah! It is only that you look and live.”

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