AMEZ

AcronymDefinition
AMEZAfrican Methodist Episcopal Zion (church)
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Founded 10 years ago in Rosario it now has more than 120,000 members, though founder Marcela Amez stressed it's a "church of football".
In more than one place, Melton refers to Frederick Douglass's affiliation with the African Methodist Episcopal Zion (AMEZ) Church shortly after his escape from slavery.
Ransom of the AME Church, James Walker Hood of the AMEZ Church, Baptist ministers L.
For God and Race: The Religious and Political Leadership of AMEZ Bishop James Walker Hood.
(3.) See, e.g., Sandy Dwayne Martin, For God and Race: The Religious and Political Leadership of AMEZ Bishop James Walker Hood (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1999), 132-33.
For God and Race: The Religious and Political Leadership of Amez Bishop James Walker Hood by Sandy Dwayne Martin University of South Carolina Press, November 1999, $39.95, ISBN 1-570-03261-0
IN THIS BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES WALKER HOOD, bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion (AMEZ) Church, 1872-1918, Sandy Dwayne Martin discusses within a religious and political context the life and ministry of perhaps the greatest AMEZ bishop of his time, a religious leader whom the author believes scholars have ignored.
United Methodist Church (UMC); African Methodist Episcopal Church (AMEC); African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (AMEZ); Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (CME)
Meanwhile, the technical committee of the tournament barred Amez from Group B after they failed to turn up on Wednesday.
[bar] SOUND BID: The Scaramanga Six - Gareth Champion, Paul Morricone, Julia Amez and Steven Morricone
For a Great and Grand Purpose: The Beginnings of the AMEZ Church in Florida, 1864-1905.