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There is a church in Montgomery, AL, that is called St. John A.M.E. (African Methodist Episcopal) Church. There are also several Zion churches listed in the phone book that are all called A.M.E. churches, which stands for African Methodist Episcopal also. The members of these churches are primarily black, though a few whites also attend the services. I have never attended one of the worship services in any of these churches, and cannot tell you precisely what it means to be called A.M.E. I believe the A.M.E. churches date back to the late 1800s or early 1900s. I do know that Methodist and Episcopal worship services are very similar, and I think their core beliefs are closely related. The Episcopal Church was never part of the "Reformation" when the Protestant upheaval took place. The Episcopal Church is the American version of the Church of England, and the Archbishop of Canterbury is still the high leader of the church. The Methodist Church took part in the Protestant Reformtion, but they kept a great many core beliefs of the Church of England, with just a few small changes. To put the word African first, with the Methodist and Episcopal names next, probably means that somewhere in time a large group of black people embraced the Methodist and Episcopal worship services. But, they customized the services to be more the way they remembered worship in Africa, I think.

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The first black Christian denomination was the African Methodist Episcopal Church in the city of Philadelphia, PA. It was established in 1794 by Richard Allen. He was the church's first pastor. This church grew out the Free Africa Society, a mutual aid society started by Allen , Absalom Jones and others in Philadelphia in 1787.African American Episcopal Church

Is occultism practise in South Africa

It doesn't. South Africa has a capitalist economy.

No African countries practice Buddhism as their main religion.

India, Ethiopia, Africa, Nigeria, South Africa.

No. most of Africa is actually Islamic. There is a minority of people in Africa who practice Tribal religions and other religions lke Christianity, Judaism and Buddhism, but the majority is Muslim

People in Africa range from Islam, Christianity, Traditional religions, and Hinduism.

South Africa has the most Christians. They practice this religion 4 times per week.

Around 0.1% of the population, mostly by east Asians who have migrated to South Africa.

The practice of owning land privately was introduced into much of Africa by European settlers.

No just about all Nigerians don't practice voodoo should no because I'm Nigerian and only a small percentage in west Africa practice it. But about 9 million people in Haiti practice voodoo.

Islam is the traditional religon of Western Africa, there is some Chirsianity, and there is also indigeous beliefs. Its mostly Islam that is practised in Western Africa.

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95 percent practice the Religion of Islam, 3 percent practice the religion Roman Catholic, or to the Baha'i Faith or Protestant.

People must practice Islam in order to trade there.

Joseph Herbstein has written: 'The civil practice of superior courts in South Africa' -- subject(s): Civil procedure 'The civil practice of the superior courts in South Africa' -- subject(s): Civil procedure

In 1986 Reebok became one of the first companies to pull out of South Africa because of that country's practice of apartheid

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