Allen A.M.E. Church - Allen A.M.E. Church album
Title: Allen A.M.E. Church
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The African Methodist Episcopal Church, usually called the . Church or AME, is a predominantly African-American Methodist denomination. It is the first independent Protestant denomination to be founded by black people. It was founded by the Rt. Rev. Richard Allen in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1816 from several black Methodist congregations in the mid-Atlantic area that wanted independence from white Methodists.
The church have embraced my son and I as if we've been there all along een absent for several Sunday's. Most importantly, the Holy Spirit abides there. There's a sweet sweet spirit in this place. And I know that it's the presence old the Lord. I love my church God speaks threw our pastor re. peed. The people don't judge you, and you leave with the sense of fellowship. Allen Temple is a great church that has people to assist you with open arms. I Always enjoy their service.
Allen Temple AME Church (Cincinnati, Ohio). The Allen Temple AME Church in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, is the mother church of the Third Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Discipleship & Christian Education. The greater allen . cathedral of new york. Service times: sunday 7:00 am, 9:00 am & 11:30 am wednesday 7:30 pm (view full schedule).
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The founder of the church was Allen, a former slave. Allen had been born into in 1760, and sold along with his family to Stokeley Sturgis, a farmer in Delaware. By the age of 17, Allen was a religious believer, and convinced his owner to allow a white minister to preach on the farm. Allen worked to support himself taking odd and end jobs throughout the state, and would preach on the Methodist circuit. Allen remained an active leader of the church working for the rights of enslaved Blacks. He died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on March 26, 1831.
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|A1||Peace In The Valley
Bass-Baritone Vocals – Thomas CovingtonPiano – E. Ming
Piano – E. MingSoprano Vocals – Susie J. Smith
|B1||Longing For Jesus
Piano – E. MingTenor Vocals – Charles S. Jenkins
|B2||God Will Take Care Of You
Narrator – Louise MoodyPiano – E. MingSoprano Vocals – Lessie Wrenfro