Ministers and supports the men of the church. The ministry meets periodically throughout the year and supports activities such as Men’s Day and a youth mentoring program.
In 1984, the African Methodist Episcopal Church created the Sons of Allen Men’s Fellowship to foster closer relationships between men of the church, to equip men of the church for meaningful service, to reach unchurched men, and to present positive role models for our youth.
The Sons of Allen has grown into an important connectional movement over the past twenty-plus years and the Fellowship is becoming a true connectional ministry. The Sons of Allen is open to men of every culture and we invite all men to participate. Since the Sons of Allen was birthed out of the AME Church there is special and focused interest in the challenges and disturbing realities facing African American men. Due to this, the Sons of Allen is calling for a response from the church. Among the concerns are the following: