Serving the State of Alabama

Episcopal Supervisor Arelis Beevers Davis serves the Ninenth Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church with her spouse Bishop James L. Davis, the Presiding Prelate of the area serving the State of Alabama.

She has been married for twenty nine years, and considers her greatest gift in life as being a mother. She has two daughters, Damarys Monique Davis and Nicole Tatiana Pass (Patrick Pass). Their grandson has heightened their family joy.

Born in Samana, Dominican Republic, Mrs. Davis moved to the United States and was educated in the Belmar Public School System in Belmar, New Jersey, Mrs. Davis earned the Bachelor of Arts degree from Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia and Master of Education Degree, with an emphasis in Spanish Education, from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. Mrs. Davis has twenty-three years experience as an educator in the public school systems. In this profession she has had a great impact on the lives of the next generation of leaders.

As Episcopal Supervisor she is charged with preparing missionaries for their role in the church, counseling and serving as a role model to minister’s spouses. Her passion includes establishing the “Hope and Healing” Ministry, which focuses on health awareness, breast cancer awareness and other women’s health issues. She plans to effectively minister to those who are impacted by health issues that plague our community, especially HIV/AIDS.