American Baptist Men Of The South
ABMOTS Regional President
Mr. Vernon Clement
Ebenezer Baptist Church
216 West Leigh Street
Richmond, VA 23220-3256
804 690-9454 (cell)
ABMOTS Leadership Training
ABCOTS 50th Annual Session
April 28, 2020
Pleaseprint and complete form the registration form for the ABMOTS Leadership Training to be held on Tuesday April 28th at the ABCOTS Annual Session. Payment of $35 fee can be made online at as part of your registration for the ABCOTS Annual Session
Green Lake Work Party
This year’s spring work party will take place May 18-22, 2020. As in the past, check-in day will be Sunday. The first meal served will be Sunday dinner and the last meal served will be Thursday lunch. You will be on your own for meals not served at the conference center. As you know, work party participants will incur a partial cost for meals; lodging will continue to be provided at no cost. Meal cost information is contained on the attached registration form. Please indicate to GLCC staff what would be your first meal and last meal; in the event you are not going to stay the entire week. I am pleased to announce that a limited number of meal scholarships are available for those who desire to participate, but may not be able to incur the additional cost of meals. If you are interested in receiving one of these scholarships, please let me know as soon as possible. You can e-mail me at the address above, or give me a call at (304) 549-6220.
Please use registration form for the AB Men GCC Spring Work Week, which you can fax, e-mail, or mail to GLCC. You may also register by calling the GLCC at (920) 294-7230.
Registration is limited and the registration deadline is March 17, 2020,
ABMen Return to Bacone College in 2020
ABMen USA are pleased to announce that we will resume our Bacone College Work Week in 2020. This year’s work week will be held June 7-13, 2020.
As you may know, Bacone College has a rich legacy as part of the American Baptist family. Bacone College was originally founded by Almon C. Bacone 140 years ago for the education of Native Americans according to Christian principles. The college has retained its Christian heritage but now focuses on the needs of Native American students in a multicultural setting. Christian principles are emphasized at Bacone in order to assist students in their growth toward wholeness.