Rev. Josephine Gibbs joined Grant African Methodist Episcopal Church over 30 years ago, and been active teaching, preaching, and ministering the gospel through her anointed singing.
Rev. Gibbs accepted her calling to preach the gospel and entered the New England Annual Conference Ministerial Institute in 2004. After completion of the Institute, she was ordained a Local Deacon at the 158th Session of the New England Annual Conference in April 2009.
Rev. Phyllis Cooley-Chisholm is the Senior Associate Minister at the Grant African Methodist Episcopal Church under the pastorate of the Rev. Ellis I. Washington. She completed her studies at the New England Annual Conference AME Church Ministerial Institute, and was ordained a Local Elder to the Grant AME Church at the 155th Session of the NEAC on April 17, 2006.
Her motto: “When it comes to leadership whether in the home, the church or the workplace is to lead by example . . . never ask or expect anyone to do anything that you as a leader are not willing to do.”
I once read that whatever the case, the key secret for effective Christian (and all areas of) leadership is dependency on GOD . . . All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness that the man of God may be competent, equipped for every good work.
Rev. Frances Jeanette Curvan a native Bostonian received her formal education in the Public School system and the University of Massachusetts. She is a retired Licensed Practical Nurse who served as a Geriatric Nurse for over 30 years.
Reverend Curvan answered the call to preach in 2001 and was ordained a Local Elder in 2006. She serves as part of the Ministerial Staff at her church where Reverend Ellis I. Washington is her Pastor.
Her motto: “I can do all things thru Him who gives me strength.” (Philippians 4:13). The one thing she wants you to know about her is that she loves the Lord; she is saved, sanctified and filled with the Holy Spirit.
Rev. Melissa Langham is the youngest Minister on the Ministerial staff at Grant African Methodist Episcopal Church. In 2004, Rev. Langham answered the call to preach the gospel and licensed to preach on September 13, 2004. In the fall of 2005, she entered the Ministerial Institute and was ordained a local deacon in April 2007. In the spring of 2009 after completion of the Ministerial Institute, Rev. Langham received her second ordination as a Local Elder on April 18, 2009.