Ame Church

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Allen Temple AME Church (Cincinnati, Ohio) - History
... after Richard Allen, founder of the AME Church, the church was founded in 1823 as a congregation of the Methodist Episcopal Church because of the prejudicial treatment blacks ... In 1824, following the founding of the AME denomination, Rev ... Philip Brodie led the congregation to join with the AME ...
Big Bethel AME Church
... The Big Bethel AME Church is the oldest African-American congregation in the Sweet Auburn neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia, and is the mother church of AME in North Georgia ... It is the "first" church on the North Atlanta District, in the Atlanta-North Georgia Annual Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church ... Big Bethel was founded in 1847 as Union Church in the town of Marthasville, Georgia ...
Allen Temple AME Church (Cincinnati, Ohio) - Modern Times
... Belin after 17 years at Quinn Chapel AME Church also in Cincinnati ... Under his leadership, the church acquired hundreds of new members and bought the Swifton Commons Shopping Mall which in 2003 was named Jordan Crossing Mall ... The new church was completed in May 2004 and on May 16 and 23, 2004, it was dedicated by Bishop Paul A ...
James Levert Davis
... bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church ... to the office of bishop at the 47th General Conference of the AME Church in 2004 ... He served as the presiding prelate of the 19th Episcopal district of the church comprising KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West and Free State in the Republic of South Africa ...

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