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African American Churches

List includes both active and inactive congregations

Ministerial Alliance of Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1969
  • Allen Chapel A.M.E., founded in 1855
  • Bible Baptist Church, founded in 1968
  • First United Baptist Church, founded in 1970
  • Friendship Baptist Church
  • Galilee Baptist Church, founded 1958
  • Mount Zion Baptist Church, founded in 1921
  • St. Mark Baptist Church, founded in 1975
  • Second Baptist Church, founded in 1855
  • Church of God-Pentecostal, founded in 1960
  • Faith Temple Church of God, founded in 1965
  • Church of God in Christ: Bethel Star Community, founded in 1975
  • Church of God in Christ: Emmanuel Chapel, founded in 1938
  • Faith Delivering Center, founded in 1993
  • Greater Faith Fellowship COGIC, founded in 1990
  • Holy Temple COGIC, founded in 1956
  • House of Prayer COGIC, founded in 1961
  • New Jerusalem COGIC, founded in 1955
  • Open Door COGIC, founded in 1970
  • Tabernacle COGIC, founded in 1952
  • Progressive COGIC, founded in 1985
  • Rock of Ages COGIC, founded in 1975
  • St. James COGIC, founded 1974
  • True Holiness Unto the Lord COGIC, founded in 1996
  • Upper Room COGIC, founded in 1987
  • Victory Temple COGIC, founded in 1961
  • Christian Life Center, founded in 1980
  • Good News Deliverance Center, founded in 1985
  • North Community Reform, founded in 1965
  • Monument of Faith COGIC, founded in 1988

Kalamazoo County Black Churches, compiled by Mary Ann Haws-Johnson, Western Michigan University Education Library (1997)

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Kalamazoo County Black Churches, compiled by Mary Ann Haws-Johnson, Western Michigan University Education Library (1997)


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Subject Files: Blacks


 

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