Miller's Chapel

Rev. Patsy Faison, Pastor


HISTORY

 

Millers Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church was established in 1875. Under the leadership of Reverend John Henry Miller, Sr., a vision and foundation became a reality to a small congregation of dedicated people of faith to organize a church. Today, God’s house has existed for one hundred forty years. The Church’s One Foundation is an appropriate reminder of the rock upon which Jesus built this church. It is with a profound confession that we keep the faith. God promised us he would never leave us, nor forsake us. The church is standing on a solid foundation.

 

WELCOME

 

Millers Chapel A. M .E. Zion church is a caring congregation who believes in “Preparing with Purpose.” We have a faith-based belief that relationships with God and His church are the most important connection. Our church serves as a pillar of strength, a pathway of light in the community and a source of support and hope for the seekers. We welcome you to join us.

 

WORSHIP SERVICES

 

Sunday morning service at 11: 00 AM

(1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays)

Sunday School at 9:45 AM

Bible Study/Prayer Meeting: Wednesday at 7:00 PM

Noon Day Bible Study, every 1st Wednesday

 

MINISTRIES

 

Christian EducationChildren/Youth Ministry

Leader of Leaders Brother 2 Brother

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

July 3, 2016 - Annual Homecoming

September 4, 2016 - Founder’s DayThe Prayer Project

Senior CitizensEvangelism

 

PASTOR’S BIO

 

Patsy C. Faison is a native of Burlington, North Carolina. Rev. Faison received her B. S. degree in Elementary Education from Winston-Salem State University and M. A. degree in Early Childhood Education from Campbell University. Rev. Faison served for forty-four years in public education. She served twenty-two years as a classroom teacher and twenty-two years as an administrator.

 

Rev. Faison began her ministry as a lay speaker in 1987. She accepted the call to carry God’s word in 1994. From 2006-2009, she served as pastor of Giddensville A.M.E. Zion Church. Presently, she is in her seventh year as the first female pastor of Millers Chapel AME Zion Church in Goldsboro, NC. Rev. Faison is active as the Wilson District Christian Education Board chair and Vice-chair of the Goldsboro Salvation Army.

 

She is a member of Winston-Salem State University National Alumni Association and treasurer to the local chapter. Rev. Faison is also a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, where she serves as chaplain. She is married to Donald R. Faison. They have one daughter, Patrice and one son, Cedrik.

 

“And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men.” ~ Colossians 3:23

 

 

Celebration of Family and Friends Day

Millers Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church

256 Millers Chapel Road

Goldsboro, North Carolina 27534

Church Office: 919-751 0619