Pastor Amelia Cleveland-Traylor, MD
Pastor Amelia was ordained as an elder in the Free Methodist Church in 2005. Since then, she has served as an Assistant Pastor to her husband, Michael Traylor, initially at Christ Community Fellowship (Twinsburg, OH) and presently at New Hope FMC. Her ministry interests and responsibilities have included praise and worship, women’s ministry, youth ministry, small group leadership, and pastoral care. Amelia served on the MEG (ministerial education guidance) board and the MAC boards as part of the Ohio Conference.
Dr. Amelia Cleveland-Traylor is a board certified obstetrician gynecologist employed by Rochester General Hospital and has recently been appointed as Associate Residency Director. Dr. Amelia became a certified group fitness instructor in 1998 and enjoys dance, Zumba, aerobics, music and basketball. She has been married to Michael Traylor since 1987 and they have two children
Jeremiah 1:4-10 and Luke 4:21-30
Pastor Michael Traylor and Pastor Amelia Cleveland-Traylor
Book of Ruth
Isaiah 61:1-4, 8-11
Psalm 126 or Luke 1:46b-55
1 Thessalonians 5:16-24
John 1:6-8, 19-28
Psalm 118:5, 34:15, 6:8, 10:17, 18:6, 40:1
Sometimes we feel God is not listening and we want Him to answer our prayers our way – He’s always listening
Knowing the Peace that we experience when we yield our agenda’s, dreams, and plans to God
Our relationship with Christ is characterized by power and purpose.
Quick question for you: What was the one gift you remember getting for Christmas last year? Next question: What about the fourth gift? Do you remember that one? Truth is many of us don't because it wasn't something we necessarily wanted or needed. Spending Less isn't a call to stop giving gifts; it's a call to stop spending money on gifts we won't remember in less than a year. America spends around $450 billion dollars during the Christmas season, and much of that goes right onto a credit card. By spending wisely on gifts we free ourselves from the anxiety associated with debt so we can take in the season with a full heart.