The A.M.E. Church Review

Continuing A Tradition of Religious and Scholarly Excellence Since 1884

The A.M.E. Church Review

Eight years following the initial publication of The A.M.E. Magazine by The Reverend George Hogarth, the 1884 General Conference changed the name to The A.M.E. Church Review and elected The Reverend Benjamin Tucker Tanner as editor.  The Reverend Tanner had served as General Secretary and publisher of The Christian Recorder (1868-1884) and elected the eighteenth Bishop of the church in 1888.

As the fourteenth elected editor of The A.M.E. Church Review, we will work together to produce an updated history of the African Methodist Episcopal Church comprised of essays and biographical entries on the leadership, departments, offices, educational institutions, clergy and laity, local churches, missions, ministries collaborations and activities since 1948.

We solicit your articles, book lists, reflections, sermons and lectures, for publication in the quarterly journal. With your help, we will produce a journal the Church and the world will anticipate, read, discuss and share.