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New Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Lithonia, GA 30058

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New Bethel emerged in 1891 in a community dubbed the “Promised Land” amid a backdrop of plantations and cotton fields.  The DeKalb County congregation first began meeting in a little house perched alongside the Yellow River, where early members were baptized.  “When the river would rise,” the story is told, “the water would come right on into the church and congregants would arrive early, because they knew they would have to sweep out water.”

Turner Chapel AME Church, Marietta, GA 30060

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Turner Chapel AME has a rich history that dates back to the early 1800s.  Even though it is one of the oldest established churches in Marietta, Georgia, it continues to evolve based on the needs of the community it serves. African American residents of Marietta began their first religious meeting shortly after the settlement of the town.  This was a group of 37 persons of all denominations who desired a place to meet for prayer and worship.  The meetings were held in a log cabin on Task Street (no longer exists) near an abandoned Coco-Cola bottling plant and a tobacco cigar factory.  Turner Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church is the second oldest AME congregation in Georgia.  It was established in 1865. In 1839, the Presbyterian Church vacated their building on the north east corner of Waddell and Lawrence Streets in downtown Marietta. The Presbyterian Church offered the use of the building to the little group which had grown from their original number of 37. In 1854, this Marietta Square location was purchased by freed men and slaves and was called Trinity Church for Negroes and Indians.  The purchase was made and paid for while the free Negroes and slaves were still members of the Marietta Methodist Church. During that time the church operated under the direction of the First Methodist Church which supplied its pastors until the end of the Civil War in 1865.  During the Civil War Trinity’s church was used as a hospital for the Union soldiers.

Pembroke Christian Church, Pembroke, GA 31321

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Mission of the Church: The purpose of this Church shall be as revealed in the New Testament to win people to faith in Christ and commit them actively to the Church, to help them grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ, that increasingly they may know and do His will and to work with all Christians and with them engage in the common task of extending the Kingdom of God.

Shaw Temple AME Zion Church, Smyrna, GA 30082

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Our motto “Seeing, Speaking, and Serving the Same Vision,” expresses who we are.  We are commanded by Christ to go teach and make disciples.  The transformation and spiritual growth of individuals is an outgrowth of the work we do at Shaw.  We work diligently to bring people to Christ, to demonstrate the glory of God through worship, to show the love of Christ through fellowshipping together, and to disciple those who are within the body of Christ. 

 

Holsey Memorial CME, Sparta, GA 31087

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We the Holsey Memorial C.M.E. Church strive to make Christ Essential through our Study, Faith, Stewardship and Outreach. We as disciples of Christ shall endeavor to reach higher levels of SERVICE AND COMMITMENT in Christ.

We serve as a spiritual haven for those who desire the PEACEFUL REFUGE of the Savior!
Ubuntu: "I am what I am because of who we all are, through Christ."

 

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