Beulah AME Church:
A Beacon of Hope Documentary
Written, Directed, and Produced by
Autumn Childress, Longwood University
Features interviews from: Rev. Matthew Shannon,
Rev. Samuel Williams, and more!
Beulah African Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage are featured in the Civil Rights Walking Tour in Farmville, VA.
Beulah is Site No. 17. Beulah AME Church is included in this tour for their work during 1951 and 1964.
Beulah's Parsonage was built in 1896 by Peyton Hilton and restored in 2011. In 1963, Beulah's parsonage served as a gathering spot for protesters.
For more information on the tour, visit,
151st Session of the
Virginia Annual Conference
May 3-6, 2017 - Marriott Town Center, Newport News, VA
Beulah's 2017 Man of the Year: Monroe Preston
by Margot Shetterly
Dorothy Vaughan, a member of Beulah during the early 1940's is featured in Hidden Figures by Margot Shetterly. The book is available in bookstores now. The DVD movie is available in stores now.
100 Friends of Beulah
Become a Friend of Beulah today by contributing $25 a month or a one-time donation of $250 or more. You can make the contribution in the donation box or you can send a check or money order to:
Beulah AME Church, C/O 100 Friends of Beulah,
P. O. Box 493, Farmville, VA 23901.
Please make Checks/ Money orders payable to: Beulah AME Church.
Thanks in advance for becoming a Friend of Beulah and keeping the stories of Dorothy Vaughan, Goodwin Douglas, and so many more alive!
Beulah AME Church:
A Beacon of Hope
Beulah Participates in the
Civil Rights Walking Tour
151st Session of VA Annual Conference - May 3-6, 2017
Former Beulah Member, Dorothy Vaughan featured in Hidden Figures by Margot Shetterly
Become a Friend of Beulah Today and
Perserve the stories of Dorothy Vaughan, Goodwin Douglas, and more!
Available Online Now
Photo Courtesy: USPS