Mount Hermon is part of the 
11th Episcopal District
Bishop Adam J. Richardson, Jr., Presiding Prelate
Rev. Vincent F. Mitchell, Presiding Elder
Rev. Henry E. Green, Jr., Senior Pastor


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Copyright 2017, Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church - Fort Lauderdale, FL , Sponsored by the Mount Hermon Historical Society
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African Methodist Episcopal Church 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Rev. Henry E. Green, Jr. and
First Lady Jennifer Green
Fort Lauderdale's Third Oldest Church
Est. 1906
111 Years
111 Years
      Mount Hermon was established in 1906 under Rev. J.H. Haines and is both Fort Lauderdale's and Broward County's oldest A.M.E. church. In fact, historical evidence shows that our deed was purchased from the Dallas Land Company before Broward County was in existence as our "township" was then a part of Dade County until 1911. We are the third church of any kind to have been built in the township of Ft. Lauderdale.



July 16--Family & Friends Day
     Proclaimer--Elder Jimmy J.  
     Thompson

July 23--Debutante & Masters 
     Commissioning

July 24-27--Christian Education Youth
     Leadership Conference (CEYLC)


          
                 SUNDAY SERVICES:
              Church School at 830
                      Worship at 10:00

                     BIBLE STUDY:
                Weds. at noon & 7:00 - 8pm
                  Weds. 10:00 am - Gems &  
                         Jewels  Ministry
                         (Senior Citizens) 
      Mount Hermon has been known as, "The Friendly Church." Despite our old roots, we continue to serve God and community in a way that relates to and reaches out to our world today. Truly, if you don't know where you've been, it's harder to keep your foot sure where you are going.  
Inside the Mount Hermon AME sanctuary
Rev. Henry E. Green, Jr., Pastor
Welcome to the historic Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church—Fort Lauderdale. 
NEW SERVICE TIME 
Starting 1st Sunday 
         in March
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Bishop Adam J. Richardson, Jr.
Presiding Prelate , Eleventh Episcopal District 

Connie Speights Richardson
Episcopal Supervisor

Rev. Vincent Floyd Mitchell
Presiding Elder, Central District--South Conference

Rev. Henry E. Green, Jr.
Pastor
Our New Daily Prayer Line Number
August in black history
      Our history is rich, reaching far beyond 
the bounds of February. Here are just a few August events of note:

     1619-The first black Americans landed in Jamestown, Virginia. 
   August 21, 1831-The “Prophet” Nat Turner planned and executed a slave rebellion.
    August 11, 1965- the Watts riots took place.
     August 4, 1962-Nelson Mandela was jailed until 1990.
      August 4, 1961- Barack Obama was born.


      1936-Benjamin E. Mays was named president of Morehouse College. 
      August 27, 1935 - Mary McLeod Bethune founds the National Council of Negro Women.
      August 30, 1983 - Lt. Col. Guion S. Bluford Jr. becomes the first African American astronaut in space.
     August 15, 1888 - Granville T. Woods patents electromechanical brake.
      Aug. 28, 1962-Seventy-five ministers and laymen from North arrested after prayer demonstration in downtown Albany.
      Aug. 28, 1955-Emmett Till (14) kidnapped and lynched in Money, Mississippi.