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The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, or Mother Zion, started, much like John Street, as an informal chapel where blacks held separate worship services beginning in 1796.
9, a history written by one of the founders and earliest bishops of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church.
Pioneering Women of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church: 1796-1996 (A.M.E.
I was raised in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, one of the traditional black churches.
In addition to Lyons' denomination, other participating church groups are: the Progressive National Baptist Convention, National Baptist Convention of America, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church and the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church.
In 1796 black members of the Methodist Episcopal Church in New York City formed the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, which in 1821 was organized as a national group.
WORCESTER - After four years in the wilderness, members of Belmont African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church celebrated their new home yesterday.
Varick was co-founder, with Peter Williams, Sr., and first Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. In 1820 he helped establish "Mother Zion" Church.
The nine denominations in the consultation are the African Methodist Episcopal church, African Methodist Episcopal Zion church and Christian Methodist Episcopal church, Christian church (Disciples of Christ), Episcopal church, International Council of Community churches, Presbyterian church (USA), United Church of Christ and United Methodist church.
The first black Methodist denomination was the African Union Church of 1813, followed by the African Methodist Episcopal Church of 1816 and the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church of 1822.
Interestingly, these groups also carried the African appellation: Union Church of Africans (1813), the African Methodist Episcopal Church (1816), the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (ca.
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