Rev. Cubie Finley III- Pastor Allen Chapel is located in the Bayview-Hunter's Point District of San Francisco and has been serving the City since 1949.
As a part of the African Methodist Episcopal church we fulfill the denominations mission statement by loving people in Jesus name
Operating as usual
Today is over a year since we have not been in Allen the Building. But we have not STOPPED Praising and worshiping the Lord Our God.
Praise the Lord for the Servant placed there to Serve.
Pastor Cubie Finley III and team Lady Kim.
All roads lead to Orlando!
All roads lead to Orlando!
Let’s get into good trouble!
Join us on Sunday, August 30, 2020 @ 10:00 am as we celebrate the great things that God has done for us! Our dear brother, Rev. Dr. M. JoDavid Sales will join us as the guest preacher! To God be all of the glory!!
Please support this Anointed and talented young man!
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It’s about to go down!
Great moments at Allen!
Save the date
Let’s give honor where honor is due
Great fellowship at Allen Chapel Baton Rouge.
The Allen experience
It’s going to be fire!!!!!
Had a great time at Jordan AME Church in Denver.
Breed for Mayor
Celebrate with us!
AME History- Day 5
Justice Revius O. Ortique (former member of the Board of Incorporators of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, now known as Trustees of the African Methodist Episcopal Church). He was a member of St. Luke AME Church in New Orleans, Central New Orleans-Bogalusa District, 8th Episcopal District A.M.E. Church where he served as a member of the Trustee Board until his death. Revius Ortique Jr., who died on, June 22, 2008 at the age of 84, he was the embodiment of the progress ushered in by the civil rights movement of the 1950s and '60s.
He was New Orleans' first African-American Civil District Court judge, the first African-American chief judge of that court and the first black member of the Louisiana State Bar Association's House of Delegates. His ultimate career achievement, though, was election in 1992 as the first African-American member of the Louisiana Supreme Court.
He previously had served five terms as president of the Urban League of Greater New Orleans and three terms as president of the Community Relations Council. During those years he helped bring about the peaceful desegregation of lunch counters, bathrooms and other public facilities in New Orleans in the early 1960s. Longtime associates described Justice Ortique as fearless, meticulous and gentlemanly. That combination of qualities served him well in his work as a civil rights lawyer, a judge and a community leader.
Justice Ortique achieved great personal success in his chosen career and was called into service by five U.S. presidents. But his most important accomplishment was to help transform his hometown into a more tolerant and inclusive city.
http://www.thehistorymakers.org/biography/honorable-revius-oliver-ortique-jr (read more)
1st Sunday of 2018!
Get On Your Mark, Get Set and Go! Luke 2:22-26! Rev. Janis Williams preached for WMS Sunday!
Oh what a fellowship!
28 Turkey’s to share with those in need. We will be here for the next couple of hours!
Allen Chapel YPD in full effect at the 5th District Planning Meeting.
Be careful about what you throw away!
Live from Mevo Corona Community Church
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Great time at Allen today! Two young people gave their life to Christ! Won't he do it
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