The Best is Yet to Come
We've all had our share of trials and tribulations. We've seen life's ups and it's downs. At St. Paul AME we believe that no matter how good or bad it seems, God's plan for you is still working. We truly believe the best is yet to come!
St. Paul AME is an extension of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, which is active in thirty-nine countries on five continents. To learn more about the beliefs and doctrines of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, click the LEARN MORE link below.
We’re Always Excited to Welcome Visitors
At St. Paul AME Church, we're always excited to welcome new visitors. We hope you'll join us for a service, and we want to make your visit as comfortable as possible. For more information on what to expect during your visit, click the link below.
ST. PAUL LEADERSHIP
REV. DR. WINSTON PRESCOTT
Dr. Prescott is the senior pastor at St. Paul AME Church in Tulsa, OK. St. Paul has been a compassionate, inspirational and active member of the Tulsa, OK community since it was founded on July 8, 1950.
Dr. Prescott has a sincere passion to see people grow, flourish and succeed. His desire is to see God's purpose fulfilled in St. Paul members, guests and the Tulsa community as a whole.
Dr. Prescott is happily married to First Lady Delmon Prescott, and serves at the leisure of God, Bishop Michael Leon Mitchell, and the members of St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Tulsa.
First Lady Delmon Prescott
First Lady Prescott is a worshipper, a virtuous servant, and a vessel of grace. She faithfully serves in several capacities of ministry while providing love and loyal support to her husband in ministry.
She serves as part of the Woman’s Missionary Society, the Young People’s Department, Church Stewardess, and as an usher.
minister helen carter-horn
Minister Helen Carter-Horn is extremely devoted to the love and the work of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. She has faithfully lived and received multiple awards for her passion of feeding children and the senior members of our community.
She is a life-long member of St. Paul AME where she has served as a Stewardess, Trustee Pro Tem, and Choir President.