St. John's/
Clinton Memorial A. M. E. Zion Methodist Church

107 Academy Street

1822 -

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In 1822, Christopher Rush, a wealthy black Methodist, established the first formal black church in an Academy Street building. This church was the forerunner of the St. John's Methodist and Clinton Memorial A.M.E. Zion churches.

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Reverend From To
J. D. Richardson approx. 1837 1839
John Mars 1839 1840
John A. Williams 1840 1844
Peter Rose 1855 1856
E. P. Rogers 1857 1858
H. A. Thompson 1859 1860
S. Jones 1861 1861
J. B. Trusty 1862 1863
Moses Manning 1867 1867
Charles Roberson 1868 1868
Mr. Gloucester 1869 1871
John L. H. Sweres 1872 1873
D. Jones 1875 1877
W. G. Butler 1878 1879
W. C. Dickerson 1880 1883
W. H. Coffey 1884 1886
J. W. E. Bowen 1887 1887
J. Cooper 1888 1888
R. A. Palmer 1890 1891
G. W. W. Jenkins 1892 1892
E. F. Wheeler 1893 1894
Scott 1895 after 1900
F. J. Handy <1906> <1906>
Storer S. Jolley <1910> <1910>
Joseph Brown <1910> <1910>
Joseph R. Waters <1915> <1915>
Joseph E. A. Johns <1918> <1918>
W. A. Hubbard <1920> <1925>
Samuel J. Horsey <1935> <1935>
William C. Thompson <1940> <1940>


Address From To
67 Academy Street 1822 1868
107 Academy Street 1869 <1930>
485 High Street <1935> <1940>
     


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