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                             Weekly Bulletin Announcements 

For Upcoming Ohio/South Ohio Conference, District and Connectional events listed  for this conference year,
please visit our Home Page!

Contact Saundra Edwards, our Benevolent Chairperson, to have her formally send
get well cards, sympathy cards, flowers,  contact the person who does resolutions, etc. 
from our church!

Need Transportation to Sunday School or Worship Service?  

Contact Brother Paul Jones at 740.683.7116 (cell) or 740.452.1844 (home) OR
Brother Kenny Wooten at 740.454.8265

This website is maintained by Dr. Brenda Kay Toler.  Church information to be posted can be sent to:

                                   ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH PRAYER LIST: (Sick, Shut-Ins, and "Special Prayer" Requests)
                                   Please take the time to send cards or make calls to those on this list to shower
                                   them with Christian love and spiritual support! 

Michael Cloyd
Stephanie Barnett Hocker (Riverside Hospital, Columbus, Ohio)
Tony Reid (St. Ann's Hospital, Westerville, Ohio)
Edelina Snyder, Arlene Toler, Virginia Collins
Lina James (Home from Grant Hospital)
Terry Harris - (Home from Genesis Hospital)
Susan Greer (Home from Grant Hospital), Deirdrea Edwards O'Neal, Dr. Willie Glover, Jennifer Edwards
Bonnie Jordan - (Home from Licking Memorial Hospital, Newark, Ohio)
Loretta Hale, Carmen Barnett,  Felicia Gilbert,  Debbie Woodall
Linda Hill - Cedar Hill Care Center - Room 220, 1136 Adair Ave., Zanesville, Ohio 43701
Edith Henderson - (Home from Licking Memorial Hospital), 
Josephine Gillard, Larry Dickinson 
Sondra Wooten - (Home from Genesis Hospital)
Hortense Jones - (Home from Willow Haven Care Center)
Brenda Toler - (Home from Riverside Hospital, Columbus, Ohio),   
Johnny Frenzley - (Room #118-  Altercare Zanesville, Zanesville, Ohio)
​Florence Fields, ​  Rev. Robert Palmer, Rev. Wheatley, Rev. Clifton Kilpatrick,
Janae Hughes Jamison- (Newark Care and Rehabilitation, 75 McMillen Dr. Newark, Ohio 43055)
Mary Fletcher,  Jennifer Curtis,  Sadie Sims,  Dwight Greer, 
Kenny Wooten,  Dwight Hudson, Carl Burns,  Marsha Bishop, Pat Frenzley, 
Lyndsey Johnson, Lonnie Chason,  Beverly Myers,  Evan Spencer,  William "Billy" Gilbert, 
Rev. Dr. Thomas Liggins,  Syl Angel,  Leonard "Leo" Payton,  Nedra Angel, 
Barbara Kennedy, Teresa Sims,  Julia Chason,  Sandy Felix,  Debbie Smith - Fisher,   
Betty Bellamy - The Worthington At Gahanna, Apt. #205, 1201 Riva Ridge Court, Gahanna, Ohio 43230
Shirley Johnson - Room # 108  The Oaks at Bethesda, Zanesville, Ohio 43701
Gail Curtis - Room #613  Adams Lane Care Center, 1856 Adams Lane, Zanesville, Ohio 43701 
Cheryl Tate - Room # 301  Altercare Zanesville, Ohio 43701
Dorothy (JoAnn) Williams - Room # 312  The Oaks at Northpointe, Zanesville, Ohio 4370),
Gary Wooten - Columbus Alzheimer's Care Center, 700 Jasonway Ave., Columbus, Ohio  43214


                         As the seasons change, have a blessed fall season!

Welcome to our new Bishop, Dr. Frank Madison Reid lll and
Supervisor, Marlaa Hall Reid!! Congratuations on being assigned 
as the new Episcopal team of the Third Episcopal District. 

Below are the names of church members, community members, relatives and friends that are in care
facilities.  Please take time to place a call, send a card or make a visit.  May God continue to bless
you as you bless others with your  acts of kindness!

The address for The OAKS AT  NORTHPOINTE is 3291 Northpointe Dr. , Zanesville, Ohio 43701 740.452.3000

1. Dorothy (JoAnn) Williams  - Room # 312

The address for ADAMS LANE CARE CENTER RESIDENTS listed below is 
1856 Adams Lane, Zanesville, Ohio 43701

1. Gail Curtis  -  Adams Lane Care Center - Room #613 

The address for WILLOW  HAVEN CARE CENTER  is  1020 Taylor Street,  Zanesville, Ohio  43701

The address for STERLING SUITES at  CEDAR HILL is 1126 Adair Ave., Zanesville, Ohio 43701 

The address for CEDAR Hill Care Center Residents is 1136 Adair Ave., Zanesville, Ohio 43701

1. Linda Hill - Cedar Hill Care Center - Room 220

The address for NEWARK CARE AND REHABILITATION, 75 McMillen Dr. Newark, Ohio 43055

1. Janae Hughes Jamison

The address for THE  WORTHINGTON  AT  GAHANNA -   1201 Riva Ridge Court, Gahanna, Ohio 43230
(This is an assisted living facility located in a suburb of Columbus, Ohio.)

1. Betty Bellamy - Phone 614.656.8651  Apartment # 205

The address for THE OAKS AT BETHESDA is 2971 Maple Ave., Zanesville, Ohio 43701 740.452.3800
1. Shirley Johnson - Room #108

MORRISON HOUSE - Genesis Hospice & Palliative Care Center of Zanesville
713 Forest Ave. Zanesville, Ohio.

The address for ALTERCARE  ZANESVILLE is 4200 Harrington Drive, Zanesville Ohio 43701  740.452.4351
1. Cheryl Tate - Altercare Zanesville - Room # 308
2. Johnny Frenzley - Altercare Zanesville - Room # 118

Kerron Brantley's Mailing Address for a Card Shower is: (Please remember to include
the ID NUMBER with his name!)

Kerron Brantley A697301
MCI, P.O. BOX 57
Marion, Ohio 43302

Birth Announcements:
1. Jaxon  - Born to  Brandee Hughes; Grandparents Randy & Brenda Hughes
2. Dean Eugene - Born to Tiesha Hunter; Grandparent Chad Dalton
3. Lavaeh Mae  - Born to Destiny Renee Johnson; Grandparent Felicia Dickinson
4. Kyah Jo  - Born to Tobi & Jimmy Toler; Grandparent the late Donis Toler, Sr.
5. Zaydenn Cole  - Born to Janae & Aaron Jamison; Grandparents Randy & Brenda Hughes
6. Tiana  Jean -  Born to Tiesha Hunter; Grandparent Chad Dalton
7. Kheenan LaMonte - Born to Joshua & Mackenzie; Grandparent Teresa Barnett Ayers 



The family of Georgia Spaulding, WMS Life Member
The family of Beverly "Jo" JoAnn Williams
The family of Patricia Ann (Wyatt) Cox Dansby
The family of Barry Brown
The family of Dorothy Louise Goins
The family of Helen Palmer-Burns
The family of Edley Martin
The family of Larry Eugene Hampton 
The family of Peggy Gaiters
The family of Richard "Ricky" Edwards
The family of James Kirby
The family of Vickie Dalrymple 
The family of Frankie Harvey, Sr.
The family of Paul Cornelius Martin
The family of Henry Williams
The family of Nelson Parker
The family of Steve Francis (Murph) McLaurin Sr.
The family of Senior Bishop McKinley Young, Presiding Prelate, Third Episcopal District
The family of Connie Virginia Green Day
The family of Ruth Ann Ransom
The family of Rev. Terry Newman
The family of Dwight "Butch" Curtis

                                          OCTOBER 20, 2019

Don't forget to mark your calendars with important dates for this entire 2019-2020 Ohio
South Ohio Conference Year! 
They are listed on the homepage of this website!!  

1.  "Recycle for Sight program" by donating your old used eye . 
These glasses will be sent all over our country and around the world to 
those in need. Help made a difference!

2. Attention parents and students!! Stay aware of scholarship opportunities ALL 
YEAR long by copying and pasting  the Muskingum County Community Foundation
Scholarship Central  link below into your browser address bar:

You may also learn about workshops, events and projects by copying and
pasting the website address below into your browser address bar:

3. The 189th Session of the Ohio /South Ohio Conference just concluded and we are blessed to 
have Rev. Clifton R. Kilpatrick and First Lady Ruby Kilpatrick assigned back to our church for
the new conference year. Congratulations Rev. and Ruby!!!

4. The church will be sponsoring a community Thanksgiving Dinner on  Saturday, November 16, 2019 
at 5:00 in the fellowship hall of our church.  Everyone is invited!  (Contact Costella  Haley for information.)

5. November 7-9, 2019 is the Third District Planning Convocation at the Renaissance Hotel on Columbus, Ohio.


Missionary/YPD News/Announcements from our Third District President, 
JoAnn Harris & Ohio/South OhioConference



The Young Peoples' Division of St. Paul A.M.E. Zanesville....."YPD Bulletin Board News Corner"

​ 1. Tawawa was NOT  held this summer of 2019 due to Quadrennial.

Death Announcements:

ZANESVILLE, OHIO:  Beverly "Jo" JoAnn Williams, 85 of Zanesville, died 6:43 PM, Thursday, September 5, 2019, at the Oaks at Northpointe. She was born Thursday, December 21, 1933, in Monessen, PA the daughter of Harry Douglas Williams and Mable (Curtis) Williams and was a member of St. Paul A.M.E. Church. 

She enjoyed traveling; taking care of her family home and caring for her flowers and yard and was very outgoing and friendly and very social. The family would like to offer special thanks to the Oaks at North Pointe and Shrivers Hospice for the special care they gave to Jo during her illness.

Jo is survived by special friends: Sherry Lane, LuAnn Cantrell, Aloma Graves, Dale Graves, Paula Graves and Flora Jean Noland; great neighbors: Dan Tabler and Michael Holbert; and several nieces and nephews including Gail and Jeffery Curtis and Sharon Curtis.

In Addition to her parents she was preceded in death by eight brothers and sisters.

Graveside Services will be held 2:00 PM, Friday, September 13, 2019, at Woodlawn Cemetery, 548 Pershing Road, Zanesville, with Rev. Clifton Kilpatrick officiating.


COLUMBUS, OHIO: Senior Bishop McKinley Young, Presiding Prelate, Third Episcopal District
The Council of Bishops of the African Methodist Episcopal Church acknowledging and surrendering 
to the will of God, announce that Bishop McKinley Young, the Senior Bishop and the 109th Elected 
and Consecrated Bishop, made his transition to the church triumphant on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. 
​The Council of Bishops asks that the Connectional Church, join with us in prayer for Supervisor Dr.
Dorothy Young, children, grandchildren, siblings and family that God will comfort them in their loss, 
and give them His peace. We also ask you to lift in prayer the Third Episcopal District as they have
lost their Episcopal Leader.

Senior Bishop McKinley Young was born in Atlanta, Georgia, a son of the Parsonage and a  
product of the Public Schools of Atlanta. He received degrees from Morris Brown College, Atlanta;
Andover Newton Theological School, Newton Centre, MA; and the University of Chicago Divinity
School, Chicago, Il. He holds honorary Doctorates from six institutions of Higher Education. 
Young pastored churches in the 1st, 4th, and 6th Episcopal Districts being elected the
109th Bishop from Big Bethel AME Church in Atlanta in 1992.

Bishop Young’s first Episcopal assignment was to the 15th District where he led in the Centennial 
Celebration of African Methodism in Southern Africa. Bishop Young has provided leadership 
in the Ecumenical Community for over 40 years. From 1996-2000 Bishop Young served as the
Ecumenical and Urban Affairs Officer for the AME Church. He served as a member of the 
Executive Committee of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches, the Executive
Committee of the National Council of Churches, USA, the World Methodist Council, the
Pan-Methodist Commission, the Consultation on Church Union and the Conference of National
Black Churches. Serving in the 10th District from 200-2004, Bishop Young led the church in
stabilizing Paul Quinn College which was fully accredited by the Southern Association of 
Colleges and Schools (SACS). He served in the 11th District from 2004-2012 where Edward 
Waters College’s accreditation was sustained after taking SACS to Federal Court. Two million
dollars was raised by the District to secure EWC’s fiscal solvency. Subsequently, the EWC
Foundation was established. He focused on Christian Education, Ministerial Education, 
Continuing Education for Lay and Clergy and strengthening the component ministries of the
District. He initiated a comprehensive voter education, registration, and mobilization which
included a Day at the Capitol. Under Bishop Young’s administration, the Eleventh District 
acquired through purchase the AME first property in Freeport, Grand Bahamas. 

In 2008, Bishop McKinley Young was assigned to the Third Episcopal District which embraces
churches throughout the states of Ohio, West Virginia, and Western Pennsylvania. He also
served as Chancellor of Wilberforce University and Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees for 
Payne Theological Seminary. At the 50th Quadrennial Session of the General Conference 
of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Bishop McKinley Young
was elevated to the office of Senior Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and
reassigned to the Third Episcopal District for a second Quadrennium.

Bishop Young was involved with AME/SADA for over 20 years and served as the Chair of
the Board. He served as the President of the Council of Bishops and the General Board.
He chaired the Commissions on Women In Ministry, Global Witness and Ministry,
Annuity Investments and Insurance, and the Commission on Church Growth and Development.
Bishop Young was married to Dorothy Jackson Young and the father of; Karyn (Ron) Young-Lowe,
Deana (Julius) McAllister, Andrea (Roderick) Jones and Stephanie Lynn Young. Bishop and
Mrs. Young are the grandparents of Jennifer Renee and Jessica Christina Lowe, Julius III,
Colin and Dylan McAllister, Peyton, Noah, and Miles Jones. 

The home-going services for Senior Bishop McKinley Young were as follows:

Homegoing Service I:
Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 11:00am
Alumni Multiplex on the campus of Wilberforce University
1055 N. Pickett Road
Wilberforce, Ohio 45384

Homegoing Service II:
Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 11:00 AM
Big Bethel AME Church
220 Auburn Ave NE
Atlanta, GA ·