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Bethel Ame Church

501 W Orange Ave Tallahassee FL 32310
(850) 576-7501
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Bethel a M E Church is located at the address 501 W Orange Ave in Tallahassee, Florida 32310. They can be contacted via phone at (850) 576-7501 for pricing, hours and directions.

Bethel a M E Church has an annual sales volume of 1M – 1,999,999. .For more information contact John Green,

Bethel a M E Church provides Concerts, Christian Counseling, Baptisms to it's customers. For maps and...

Divine Worship Service: 7:45 AM and 11:00 AM
Noon-Day Bible Study: Tuesday 12:00 PM
Prayer Meeting & Bible Study: 6:30 PM

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The history of the Bethel AME Church Tallahassee, Florida, mirrors that of its parent body, the African Methodist Episcopal Church that was originally organized as the Free African Society in 1787. This was following a walk out by black Christians from the segregated St. George Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, led by Richard Allen. In 1816, this group was chartered as the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church. Similarly, in 1865, a group of Black Christians in Tallahassee walked out of the Methodist Church, South. Led by the Reverend Robert Meacham, a former slave preacher, these courageous freedmen began their worship in a rough lean-to of leafy sapling called a brush arbor, located at the corner of Duval and Virginia Streets. Subsequently organized as Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church by Presiding Elder Charles H. Pearce, the history of Bethel is intrinsically connected with the history of the Florida Conference. Bethel, already in existence when the AME Church came to Florida, served as the site of the first two Annual Conferences held in Florida by the AME Church on June 8, 1867 and March 4, 1868.

Bethel AME Church can be found at W Orange Ave 501. The following is offered: Religious Organizations. The entry is present with us since Sep 8, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Tallahassee there are 211 other Religious Organizations. An overview can be found here.

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