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Reverend Winston T. Jones

Reverend Winston T. Jones currently serves as pastor of Arnett African Methodist Episcopal Church in Georgetown, South Carolina.
He is the former pastor of Bethel AME Church Huger, South Carolina. While at Bethel Reverend Jones started several ministries, starting an Intercessory Prayer ministry, Church School, a yearly community Thanksgiving Outreach Dinner and Community softball game.    

Reverend Jones is a retired United States Air Force Chaplain with over 26 years of active duty military service.  Rev. Jones grew up under the leadership of Bishop Harry L. Seawright, Presiding Prelate of the 9th Episcopal District of the AME Church.  He was ordained an itinerate Deacon in the AME Church in 2003 and itinerate Elder in 2004.   

Rev. Jones has been involved with various ministries to include the Music ministry, Minister to the Mentor/Youth and Young Adult ministry, the Armor Bearer ministry, the Outreach Ministry, and Intercessory Prayer ministry.

Rev. Jones has traveled extensively around the world in the connectional church serving in Biloxi, Mississippi, San Antonio, Texas and Moncks Corner, South Carolina.

He is a native of Detroit, Michigan.   Rev. Jones possesses a Bachelors degree in Business Management from National Louis University and a Masters of Divinity degree at Howard University.  He is currently pursuing the Doctor of Ministry from Erskine Theological Seminary. He is married to the former Kimberly Ann Woodford and they have two children, Raphael and Amber.  

Rev. Jones is the author of “From Birth to Adolescence, A Guide For New Christians in Christ.” 

Rev. Jones realizes that he has come this far only by the grace of God and faith in almighty God.   He continuously prays for others as well as for himself. One of his favorite passages of scripture is Hebrews 11:1“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen.” To God be the Glory for all that he has done. 


Here at Arnett we embrace your presence and thank you for worshipping with us.  We are honored that you chose to be with us today, we are intentional about building the lives of God’s people, and growing God’s church for a sustainable future. We hope you enjoy the relaxed family-friendly atmosphere of our page.  It is our prayer that you feel the presence of God and the love of Christ Jesus while you are visiting and that you leave spiritually refreshed.

oUR History

History is defined as the branch of knowledge dealing with past events. A continuous, systematic narrative of past events as
relating to a particular people, period, community, country, etc., usually written as a chronological account. The record of past events and times, especially in connection with the human race. A past that is notable for its important and interesting events. It is time to reflect on our events of the past of historical value and importance.  We must maintain our past, but learn from it to assist with present and future.  As Christians, we must acknowledge our past to appreciate our future.

176 years ago, our ancestors heard the call, stood on the promises of God and acted in love by faith on a sure foundation.
From generation to generation, Arnett African Methodist Episcopal Church honors and respects this promise.  Jesus the rock, the precious cornerstone, a tried stone and a sure foundation which is laid in Zion.


Arnett AME Church has been ministering in the Georgetown Community since 1901. Over 100 years ago, the people of the community stood shoulder to shoulder to build this wonderful building of worship. The Lord has blessed this place of worship throughout the years, so that it might be a blessing to those in the community and around the Nation. We hope that you will take a few moments to get to know us and let us get to know you.

We pray that, when you worship with us, you will know the presence of the Lord in your life.
If you do not know the Lord Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, we pray that you will allow us to guide you on your journey.
Thank you, again, for visiting with us at Arnett today. May God bless you and direct your life in service to Him.


We hope you enjoy the relaxed family-friendly atmosphere of our page.



900 North Merriman Road
Georgetown SC 29440


Phone: (843) 546-4414
Email: arnettamechurch900@gmail.com

Service Times

Sunday School – 9 a.m.
Sunday Worship – 10 a.m.
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study: – 6:00 p.m.

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