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  • BETHEL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH

    SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:00 AM   SUNDAY WORSHIP 10:00 AM   WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY 7:00 PM REV. DONALD C. LUSTER, PASTOR...

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  • Bridgeport Rescue Mission

    Bridgeport Rescue Mission demonstrates the love of God to hungry, homeless and addicted people throughout Fairfield County, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We provide a place of hope and dignity, fighting poverty from the inside out.  Through our yearlong New Life r...

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  • Bridgeport Tabernacle of Seventh-day Adventist
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  • Congregation B’nai Israel

    Congregation B'nai Israel had its beginning with the Rockville Hebrew Ladies Association. This dedicated group of women originally held services in the home of one of the members. In 1931, they bought the Greek Revival building on East Main Street for $1,200. They were able ...

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  • Full Gospel Church COGIC
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  • Holy Tabernacle Church Of God In Christ

    Holy Tabernacle Church of God in Christ, founded in 1945, is the headquarters church of the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of Vermont. Though physically located in Connecticut, we are committed to spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ, through the expansion of the Church of God ...

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  • Kingdom Builders Impact Ministries

    Lives are changed when people grow in maturity in Christ, are equipped for ministry service, and released to make Kingdom impact by sharing Jesus Christ.  Whether you're hungry or hurt, lonely or lost, full of questions or looking for a change in direction, there's a place ...

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  • Kingdom Builders Ministries

    Mission: To become a National and International voice that promotes the principles of God’s Kingdom, to give spiritual hope, and economic and social empowerment to every individual. To help people reach their full potential in Christ Jesus. To teach people their...

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  • Mount Aery Baptist Church

    History Mount Aery Baptist Church draws its name from the Biblical Mount Ararat where Noah's Ark is believed to have come to its final rest. The church had its beginning in the home of Mrs. Simon Woods at 36 Wallace Street, in 1923. From Mrs. Woods' home, the group moved ...

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  • Nia Alliance for People of Color

    The Nia Alliance is a community mobilization initiative dedicated to equip people of African descent to respond effectively and emphatically to the AIDS epidemic in communities of color through education, advocacy, direct services and community collaboration. Grounde...

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  • St. John's Episcopal Church

    St. John's is the oldest and largest Episcopal Church in Bridgeport, having been founded in 1748. Our current church structure which was built in 1882 and designed by the same architects as St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York is a beautiful and historic neo-Gothic grey stone...

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  • The Covenant Church of Easton

    Our Mission "Rooted in Christ - Reaching Out to the World." Our mission is to help all people develop a personal, growing relationship of faith with Jesus Christ and to proclaim Him as Savior and Lord to our world through deed and word. Our Vision The Bible reveals five...

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  • The Parish of Christ's Church
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  • United House of Prayer for All People

    We are a Holiness Organization, who's purpose is to establish, erect and maintain Houses of Prayer, where all people may gather for prayer and to worship the Almighty God in spirit and in truth irrespective of denomination or creed and to maintain the Apostolic Faith of The ...

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  • United Kingdom Intl. Ministries

    TOGETHER STRONGER: Church Merger Announcement Gethsemane Deliverance (Bishop Carol Lloyd) and Kingdom Builders (Pastor Ken Smith) of Bridgeport merged March 2nd 2008 into one multinational, multicultural church for the purpose of advancing the Kingdom. ...

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