Founded in 1871, Ebenezer AME Detroit has been active in the experience of Christian discipleship- preaching and teaching the Word of God, fasting, praying, ministering to the sick and shut-in, feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, sheltering the poor.
Organized to serve as a harbor for newly freed Americans leaving the Jim Crow South, our church has its roots in social and political issues that have confronted the Detroit community, It has played a role as a Champion of Freedom and the movement for Civil and Human Rights. Ebenezer has made known her responsibility for the uplift of humanity.
A part of the Connectional AME Church founded in 1787 by Bishop Richard Allen, we are a part of the rich tradition of a global church that is established across the world. Located in the 4th Episcopal District, we sit at the heart of loving distressed communities and people in need..
We are a place where His love has made the difference- welcome to Ebenezer, a stone of help, to all the world.