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.