Promise Land Fellowship

San Francisco | California | 94102 | African Methodist Episcopal

627 Turk, San Francisco, California 94102
627 Turk San Francisco California 94102 US
450 O'FARRELL STREET, San Francisco, California 94102 0.25 mi
St. John's Presbyterian, SAN FRANCISCO, California 94102 0.25 mi
1212 GEARY BOULEVARD, San Francisco, California 94109 0.34 mi
A Welcoming and Transforming Church since 1881.
1111 Gough Street, SAN FRANCISCO, California 94109 0.36 mi
242 TURK STREET, San Francisco, California 94102 0.37 mi
1 DANIEL BURNHAM COURT, # 400, San Francisco, California 94109 0.37 mi
133 Golden Gate Ave, SAN FRANCISCO, California 94102 0.38 mi
341 EDDY STREET, San Francisco, California 94102 0.39 mi
1337 Sutter St, SAN FRANCISCO, California 94109 0.4 mi
261 Fell St, SAN FRANCISCO, California 94102 0.44 mi
357 Ellis St., San Francisco, California 94142 0.46 mi
45 FRANKLIN STREET, San Francisco, California 94102 0.48 mi
330 ELLIS STREET, San Francisco, California 94102 0.5 mi
608 HAYES STREET, San Francisco, California 94102 0.52 mi
705 Natoma St, SAN FRANCISCO, California 94103 0.56 mi
1280 WEBSTER STREET, San Francisco, California 94115 0.59 mi
Founded in 1913 and affiliated with the Assemblies of God since 1914, Glad Tidings has served San...
1700 Sutter St, SAN FRANCISCO, California 94115 0.6 mi
1001 WEBSTER STREET, San Francisco, California 94115 0.62 mi
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The African Methodist Episcopal Church has rejected the negative theological interpretations which rendered persons of African descent second class citizens. This church was founded on the strong belief that God is God all the time and for every body. The church was born in protest against slavery. The Mission of the African Methodist Episcopal Church is to minister to the emotional, intellectual, spiritual, environmental and physical needs of all people by spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ through both word and deed. African Methodist Episcopal Churches engage in carrying out the purpose of the original Free African Society, out of which the AME Church evolved: which is, to seek out and save the lost, and to serve the needy. Thanks for using - the ultimate church finder!