Under Richard Allen's Leadership the African Methodist Episcopal Church Created in Philadelphia

Under Richard Allen's Leadership the African Methodist Episcopal Church Created in Philadelphia

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With the help and leadership of Richard Allen, the first black American ordained in the Methodist Episcopal Church, the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church is created in Philadelphia by six black Methodist congregations.

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