701 West Montgomery Road Tuskegee Institute, AL 36088 (334) 727-3210

701 West Montgomery Road Tuskegee Institute, AL 36088 (334) 727-3210

701 West Montgomery Road Tuskegee Institute, AL 36088 (334) 727-3210701 West Montgomery Road Tuskegee Institute, AL 36088 (334) 727-3210




Juvenile Judge Deborah H. Biggers & Macon County Children’s Policy Commission invite you its 5th Annual Town Hall Meeting, ‘State of the Youth’ on Monday, March 9, 2020  at 6 p.m., at the Tuskegee Municipal Complex.

The Macon County Ministers’ Council presents “Pray First’ Be Whole Women’s Conference on Saturday, March 21, 2020. Registration is free at

The Tuskegee University Lyceum Series is pleased to partner with the Department of Modern Languages, Communication and Philosophy as it welcomes Adam Bradley as its 2020 Ellison Lecturer.  Dr. Bradley is a professor of English at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he directs its Laboratory for Race and Popular Culture — also known as the RAP Lab. He is the author or editor of numerous books, including Book of Rhymes; The Poetry of Pop; The Anthology of Rap; and the New York Times-bestseller One Day It’ll All Make Sense, a memoir he wrote for the rapper and actor Common. Dr. Bradley began studying the literature of Ralph Ellison as a 19-year-old research assistant to Ellison’s literary executor, Dr. John F. Callahan. In the years that followed, he and Dr. Callahan co-edited the posthumous edition of Ellison’s second novel, Three Days Before the Shooting. Dr. Bradley also authored a study of Ellison’s life and fiction entitled Ralph Ellison in Progress. He is now completing the annotated edition of Invisible Man for Random House. Dr. Bradley’s writing and commentary appear regularly in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and in many other publications. Read more at

The annual Ellison Lecture Series honors the memory and literary contributions of Ralph Waldo Ellison, who studied at Tuskegee before moving on to a scholarly career that included authoring classics such as Invisible Man, Shadow and Act, and Going to the Territory. Read more about the Ellison Lecture Series.  

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. The Alpha Xi Zeta Chapter  presents a Centennial Scholarship Luncheon, featuring   Rev. Dr. Wendy R. Coleman on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at  2 p.m., Tuskegee University Kellogg Conference Center.  Tickets are $40.  Contact Dr. Elaine Harrington for ticket  information at 334-727-7798. 

Attention St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Parishioners and Guests:

  • Thank you to all who participated in St. Andrew’s Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper and Fellowship. It was a success because of your donations of time, talent and treasure.  Surveys are available to read; see Denise Dixon.   Please turn in money collected for ticket sales for the Annual Pancake Supper to either Velma Braye or Linda Bulls. 

  • If you are home bound or know of someone homebound, Velma Braye has volunteered to serve as our ‘Eucharistic Visitor,’ the 2nd Sunday of each month. For additional information contact Velma Braye at (334) 727-2236 or

  • If you are an Shopper, you now have an opportunity to support the ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama, at no additional cost.  The Amazon Smile program allows shoppers to designate .5% of the purchase price of your product.  To support the diocese, visit Amazon Smile at and log into your Amazon account.  Before beginning to shop, search for 'Protestant Episcopal Church in Diocese of Alabama'  to receive donations from eligible purchases. Amazon Smile will remember the selection, and then every eligible purchase at will result in a donation to the Diocese.  For additional information about using Amazon Smile to donate to the work of the Diocese of Alabama, please visit this page. 

Please keep the members of the armed forces in your prayers, especially Jerry and Gloria Carter Brown, Deon Carter, Christopher Childers, Kyle F. Graham, Jabar and Kenya Lee Steward.

Please remember those on the Prayer List.

Please continue to furnish our Food Basket with nonperishable items.

The Pride of the Swift-Growing South, Tuskegee Institute Photography of P.H. Polk will be on exhibit at The Columbus Museum in Columbus, Georgia, until March 22, 2020. The majority of the photos on display have never been seen outside of his family. The Museum hours are:  10 a.m. – 5 p.m - Daily.  Closed on Mondays. The Columbus Museum is located at 1251 Wynnton Road, Columbus, Georgia 31906

If you have an idea for a community/faith-based project for St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, please notify the Parish Secretary or leave a note in the Secretary’s office. 

The Equal Justice Initiative Museum and Memorial are both open to the public. The Museum is located at 115 Coosa St. and the Memorial is located at 417 Caroline St., Montgomery.  Tickets are available for purchase at the gift shop, in the ‘Alley’ or online at .

The Tuskegee Repertory Theatre, Inc. located at 201 South Main Street, Tuskegee.  The Theatre is seeking financial support from ‘YOU’ to continue to be able to offer theatrical productions.  If you would like to make a tax deductible donation, go to or check the bulletin board in the  Education Building for a paper form.  Please help support the arts in Tuskegee! 


St. Joseph's Catholic School is asking for your HELP!  They have started a Go Fund Me page in order to help raise funds. You can make a tax deductible contribution to their Go Fund Me page,  ‘Team SJS’ (online) or by mail: 2007 Montgomery Road,  Tuskegee Institute, AL 36088. St. Joseph's Catholic School is a small private school providing a Christian education to students, Pre-K–8th Grade.  SJS is and has been a vital part of our community since 1944.


The Order of the Daughters of the King (DOK) in the Diocese  of Alabama will gather for the Spring Assembly on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at The Episcopal Church of the Nativity in Huntsville, AL. 

The Rev. Dr. Glenda Curry was elected Bishop Coadjutor to become the twelfth diocesan bishop at the electing convention held on January 18, 2020, at the Cathedral Church of the Advent in Birmingham. Curry is the first woman elected bishop in the Diocese of Alabama. She will succeed the Rt. Rev. John McKee Sloan upon his retirement at the end of 2020.

The Union of Black Episcopalians stands in the continuing tradition of more than 200 years of Black leadership fighting racism in the Episcopal Church.  For more information and an application for membership, please complete the form located here.

Episcopalian Migration Ministries - STAND to Support Refugees.  Donate to E.M.M. at 835 2nd Ave., New York, NY 10017