Oakley Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church is a historic African Methodist Episcopal church located at Tebbetts, Callaway County, Missouri. It was built in 1878, and is a one-story, frame gable front church on a concrete foundation. The building was founded by freed Black residents of the area in 1878 but has remained disused for decades. Also on the property are the contributing small cistern (c. 1900) and cemetery. There are approximately 80 known burials in the cemetery.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
In January 2021, the 143-year-old, Oakley Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, suffered smashed windows and other damages after a vandalism incident. The property is owned by the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Missouri Conference, St. Louis-Columbia District.
Donations may be made out to the A.M.E. St. Louis/Columbia district, with "Oakley Restoration Project" in the memo line, and sent to 3101 Wheaton Ave., St. Louis, 63114 or the Oakley Chapel Restoration, PO Box 176, Tebbetts, 65080.