Welcome Visitors & Friends

We are happy you’ve decided to visit and join us in our Refreshing and Renewing Sunday Morning Worship experience at this place we call Bethel. We hope and pray your visit with us will be Enriching, Enlightening, and Empowering.

We are committed to being a church that welcomes all persons from every walk of life. We invite you to look around and see what Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church is all about and see why so many call us their church home.

Our main focus is Jesus because He loves you and me and wants us to have a personal relationship with Him. Our objective is to minister to the spiritual, intellectual, physical and emotional needs of all people by providing a holistic approach of Evangelizing through ministry, Equipping through study, Enriching through fellowship and Encouraging through worship.

I look forward with excitement and expectation to meeting you and your family. Our doors are always open and our arms are always extended to embrace and welcome you on any occasion. As we endeavor in Growing the Kingdom, we want you to Experience the Difference!

May God continue to bless you and keep you.
Pastor Daylan K. Greer, Sr.


Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church of Bloomfield Connecticut is a divinely inspired Christian community that is dedicated to the establishment and preservation of God-intended, spirit-filled relationships. Our church will work tirelessly to intensify the bond between God and humanity and to strengthen the ties among all human beings. Bethel A.M.E. Church - Bloomfield is committed to filling human relationships with the Spirit of Christ by being a Bible-based Word-centered institution that recognizes that oppression of any sort is contrary to the will of God. Bethel A.M.E. Church is dedicated to the cause of liberation of all the children of God. Also known as "The Land of Unlimited Love", our Church specializes in "koinonia" or fellowship love that sisters and brothers have for one another because of Christ. We will preserve the finest of the Black/Christian tradition while serving the needs of the present age...The Lord being our helper. Amen