Dating back to 1796, Mother A.M.E. Zion Church is the oldest church of New York city founded by African-American residents. ... More
Mother A.M.E Zion Church
Dating back to 1796, Mother A.M.E. Zion Church is the oldest church of New York city founded by African-American residents. This Harlem's great gospel church, is also known as the "Freedom Church" as it helped the slaves escape through the Underground Railroad. This place conducts regular services on Sundays. With its great significance in history, this place is an essential stop among locals and visitors alike.
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