Evangelist Chapel AME Church

We're here to help you on your christian journey. Intentionally reach one, teach one. Houston, TX
Evangelist Chapel AME Church
Evangelist Chapel AME Church
Evangelist Chapel AME Church

Who We Are

Evangelist Chapel is an African Methodist Episcopal Church, usually called the A.M.E. Church, is the oldest independent Protestant denomination founded by blacks in the world. The AME church was not founded in Africa, nor is it only for persons of African descent. The AME church is open and welcoming to people of all ethnicities, origins, nationalities and colors. The African Methodist Episcopal Church has a unique history as it is the first major religious denomination in the western world that developed because of sociological rather than theological differences. It was the first African-American denomination organized and incorporated in the United States. The church was born in protest against racial discrimination and slavery. The church's roots are in the Methodist church. Members of St. George's Methodist Church left the congregation when faced with racial discrimination, but continued with the Methodist doctrine and the order of worship.

About Us

Denomination
African Methodist Episcopal

Size
Medium

Founded
1945

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Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
3401 Hondo Street
Houston, TX 77051

Phone
713-734-0728

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
• Informal and formal attire is most common. • A blend of traditional Methodist and contemporary worship style of service. • Printed worship guides are provided with the order of service and Church announcements. • Congregational readings. • Communion on the first Sunday of each month. • Altar call for prayer, and invitation for Christian Discipleship. • Private Parking lot that is Wheelchair accessible.

Leadership View all

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Rev. Brenda Johnson
Pastor

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