Wallingford Bible Fellowship

Seattle | Washington | 98103 | African Methodist Episcopal

N. 37th St. & Burke Ave N., Seattle, Washington 98103
N. 37th St. & Burke Ave N. Seattle Washington 98103 US
3701 Burke Ave N, SEATTLE, Washington 98103 0.01 mi
2102 NORTH 40TH STREET, Seattle, Washington 98103 0.27 mi
3902 Woodland Park N., Seattle, Washington 98103 0.46 mi
1414 N 42nd St, SEATTLE, Washington 98103 0.5 mi
1414 N. 42nd Street, Seattle, Washington 98103 0.5 mi
4401 2ND AVENUE NORTHEAST, Seattle, Washington 98105 0.69 mi
717 NORTH 36TH STREET, Seattle, Washington 98103 0.69 mi
2410 NORTH 46TH STREET, Seattle, Washington 98103 0.78 mi
4516 Latona Avenue Northeast, SEATTLE, Washington 98105 0.81 mi
1805 N. 49th Street, SEATTLE, Washington 98103 0.84 mi
2702 BROADWAY EAST, Seattle, Washington 98102 0.85 mi
701 NORTH 43RD STREET, Seattle, Washington 98103 0.85 mi
1700 NORTH 49TH, Seattle, Washington 98103 0.87 mi
5019 KEYSTONE PLACE NORTH, Seattle, Washington 98103 0.91 mi
5019 Keystone Pl N, MEDINA, Washington 98039 0.91 mi
420 NORTH 41ST STREET, Seattle, Washington 98103 0.93 mi
4142 Brooklyn Ave. NE, SEATTLE, Washington 98105 1.04 mi
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Wallingford Bible Fellowship is located at N. 37th St. & Burke Ave N. in the city of Seattle. Seattle is located in the beautiful state of Washington. According to our database, there are approximately 530 churches in Seattle, with 43 Catholic churches, 59 Baptist churches, 4 Pentecostal churches, 34 Methodist churches, and 390 other denomination churches. If you are looking for a new church or just visiting Seattle, please browse through our church directory to find a church that meets your needs.

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 ChurchAngel.com - the ultimate church finder!