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    WarnerOn Sunday afternoon, March 1, 2015, Brother Reverend Keithlyn Stephen Warner was initiated into Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Omicron Eta Lambda Chapter. Since his induction Brother, Reverend Warner has served as the chapter’s Webmaster, Chaplain, Director of Education, Vice President and currently serves as Its President. In addition, at the regional level, Brother Warner serves as a chaplain to the MAAC.


    In 1986, Brother Warner obtained his Bachelor of Science with a Pre-Med /  Computer Sciences emphasis of study from Howard University. While at Howard, Reverend Warner was an active participant in the West Indian community.  


    In 2001, Reverend Warner graduated from Payne Theological Seminary, Columbus, Ohio where he completed his Master of Divinity, and was inducted into Who’s Who Amongst American Theological Education. While at Payne Seminary he served as the Computer Lab Technician and Youth Minister, in addition, Reverend Warner was elected to the Board of Trustees of Payne Theological Seminary serving as the President of the Student Government Association.


    In 2012 while pursuing an Associates Degree in graphic arts at Montgomery college in Rockville, Maryland., he was inducted into the of Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society.


    In 2004,Brother Reverend Warner was ordained as an Itinerant Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Currently, Reverend Warner serves at St. Mark AME Church. He also serves as the Christian Education Director, teaches the noonday Bible study, as well as church school classes. In addition, Reverend Warner teaches graphic and media courses at Saint Mark.



    2018 Chapter Photo

    Chartered in the Southwest quadrant of Washington, DC is a leading service organization dedicated to fostering a sense of “brotherhood” among its members and providing quality community outreach projects/activities. We will achieve these goals by continuing to facilitate the internal and external interaction of its members in order to further enhance “brotherhood” and maintain strong membership participation in chapter projects and programs.



    Rhythm and Justice Television

    The legacy and traditions of The Omicron Eta Lambda was capturd in a candid program produced by Rhythm and Justice Television and hosted by long time friend and supporter of the chapter, Mr. Salim Adofo.


  • Sphinx January 2020

    The Sphinx® Magazine

    Sphinx | Brother Heal Thyself

    Improving Our Health and

    those of Our Communities 

    Vol. 12, No. 2

    Click HERE for Full Issue


    ΟΗΛ Chapter Events


    Chapter Meeting

    Friday, March 20, 2020

    Howard University • Dental Building

    500 W Street, NW 5th Floor

    7:06pm (Repast 6:30pm)

    ** Brothers Only


    Adopt A Block

    Saturday, March 21, 2020

    100 M Street, SW


    ** Open to the Public


    88th Eastern Region


    April 2-5, 2020

    Southhampton, Bermuda


    March for Babies

    Saturday, May 9, 2020

    Nationals Park

    1500 South Capitol Street, SE

    6:00am Set-Up • 9:00am Walk

    ** All are Welcomed


    115th Anniversary

    General Convention

    July 14-18, 2021

    Indianapolis, Indiana

    ** Save the Date