Bethel AME Church Paterson, NJ 07501
First Bethel African Methodist Episcopal of 2 Auburn Street,Paterson New Jersey 07501,
The Rt.Rev. Gregory G.M.,Ingram, is the Presiding Prelate,the Rev.Howard L.Grant, Newark District Presiding Elder,and The Rev. Allan Boyer,B.S.;M.Div. is the senior pastor.
Hillsdale United Methodist Church, Hillsdale, NJ 07642
United Methodists believe in a holy heart and holy deeds. We do things that help us love God and we try our best to love our neighbor, too. This is what we believe helps to build God's kingdom here on earth. Here's specific steps we take to change the world:
St Paul AME Church, Birmingham, AL 35204
The Motto "God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer, the Holy Spirit Our Comforter, Humankind Our Family" is a great summary of what the African Methodist Episcopal Church believes.
Phillips CME Church, Huntsville, AL 35801
Phillips Christian Methodist Episcopal (CME) Church celebrated its 150th Anniversary in 2015. Organized in 1865, around the close of the Civil War, the church is five years older than its denomination, the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. It was assigned to the first Annual Conference in the denomination. It is the second oldest African American congregation in Huntsville.
St Stephen AME Church, Mobile, AL 36607
Clinton Chapel AME Zion Church, Montgomery, AL 36116
Mount Zion AME Zion Church, Montgomery, AL 36104
The mission of Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church is to save the lost, nurture the saved, minister to the needs of humanity and build the kingdom of Christ, our Redeemer, in and beyond our environs, by the empowerment of the Holy Spirit and His revelation of the Holy Scriptures to us.
Sweet Gum AME Zion Church, Shorter, AL 36075
Mohave Valley United Methodist Church, Fort Mohave, AZ 86426
The vision for the DSW Conference is to be a courageous church, loving like Jesus, acting for justice, and united in hope. Being courageous means being agents of change rather than agents of same and having the courage to see beyond the moment and dream what could be.
Tanner Chapel AME Church, Phoenix, AZ 85034
Historic Tanner Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church is the oldest African American Church in the State of Arizona. It was established during the pioneer days when Charles Ward, N. D. Valentine, Laura Valentine and Sister Bell met with the Reverend H. H. Hawkins proposing the establishment of a Christian mission to foster “family life.” Courthouse records show that in 1886, property was owned by an African Methodist Episcopal Mission. The African Methodist Episcopal Mission grew, and in 1899, another piece of property was acquired at Second Street and East Jefferson Street.
First United Methodist Church, El Centro, CA 92243
First United Methodist Church is not about preaching what you already know, or converting you to one way of thinking, it’s about getting in the trenches with our sleeves rolled up and getting to work, and being significant in people’s lives. It's not just something to do, it is something to believe in. We want to know you, come by and say hi, we'll buy lunch! A better life awaits.
St Stephen CME, Fairfield, CA 94533
We are a people inspired by the Holy Spirit to: Worship God, Witness to the World, Work with One Another
First AME Church, Pasadena, CA 91103
Welcome to First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Pasadena. For nearly one hundred and twenty years, First African Methodist Episcopal Church has been on the cutting edge of change and service.
Empowerment Community Development Corp, Oakland, CA 94609
Hygiene United Methodist Church, Hygiene, CO 80533
The United Methodist Church has many doors through which people share in serving God and others. Whether you visit in person or online, we hope you discover something here to encourage you in your spiritual journey.Together we can open hearts, open minds and open doors.
Saint Patrick's Episcopal Church, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
In July of 1909, the Bishop of Colorado, the Right Reverend Spalding, believed that Pagosa Springs held promise for an Episcopal Church. He persuaded a Mr. Fielding to come and hold services. In July 1910, the Rev. Beede arrived to start a church. As time went on, the church in Pagosa became a mission of St. Mark’s in Durango, and once a month a priest would come to hold services in homes, public buildings, and in the Methodist church. In October 1968, ground was broken at the corner of Lewis and Second Streets for St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. The first services in the new church were held December 24, 1968 and the church was consecrated on November 10, 1970.
Asbury United Methodist Church, Bristol, CT 06010
St. Paul's Episcopal Society, Shelton, CT 06484
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, the second oldest religious community in Shelton, was founded originally as a branch of the Church of England in 1740 when the construction of the first church building began. Christopher Newton, the first full-time pastor for the church, served as the “Missioner in the Parish of Repton in the Colony of Connecticut” from 1753 until his death in 1787.
Campbell AME Church, Washington, DC 20020
Campbell AME Church, located in the heart of the Anacostia, is continuously creating new and innovative ways to connect with the hearts and spirits of people through prayer, ministry and leadership. Steeped in 147 years of rich history, Campbell AME Church continues to be a beacon of light in the Anacostia community. Campbell AME Church, Reaching Up to Reach Out.
Asbury United Methodist Church, New Castle, DE 19720
Asbury United Methodist Church began as Wilmington Manor Methodist Church in 1945, after first meeting in a Roller Skating Rink near where Wilmington University is today. The first church was built across Route 40, on a spot presently occupied by Season’s Pizza. After outgrowing our initial church building, the church relocated in 1957 to its present location at the intersection of 141 (Basin Road) and 40, and changed our name to Asbury, taking the name and legacy of the first Methodist Church in the city of Wilmington.