On Sunday April 17, 1966, Rev. L. S. White, Bishop Walter H. Amos, and Presiding Elder Wellington Smith led the congregation from 598 – 31st street in a Grand March to the new church site located at 3900 Telegraph Avenue.
This new structure that cost over one million dollars consisted of the Sanctuary Building and an adjoining Educational Facility housing a Chapel, 22 classrooms, the Church Office, Library, Moffett Social Hall and the Day Care Center. Ministers serving at this new facility Beebe Memorial CME Cathedral were Rev. Lewis S. White, Bishop Richard O. Bass, Rev. Roscoe C. McKinney, Rev. John R. McLeod, Rev. Michael J. Millben, Rev. Dr. Charles H Belcher, and Rev. Dr. Harry L. Redds.
“Standing on the promises of God,” encouraged by the victories won, Beebe moved upward, and marched forward to reach the high calling of God who brought Beebe “From The Palm Tree, through a Perfect Pathway To a Pleasant Place!”