Cleveland Places of Worship

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United House of Prayer Cleveland

Cleveland Places of Worship

Cleveland Place of Worship are remarkable as they are historic in many denominations. It includes a church as old as 1787, a church that had a former slave as pastor, churches served on the Underground Railroad and one of the preeminent female pastors in the nation.

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Antioch Baptist Church
DESCRIPTION: Founded 1893, the building is a historical landmark and the church is a leader in Black political and social life around town.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 8869 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-421-1516
WEBSITE: http://www.antiochcleveland.org

Olivet Institutional Baptist Church
DESCRIPTION: Founded 1921, this 3,000-person congregation is housed in a historic edifice. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King frequently spoke here and played a role in the election of Carl Stokes as the 1st African-American mayor in Cleveland. Rev. Dr. Otis Moss was a veteran of the Civil Rights Movement who worked with Dr. King on many activities.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 7:45a & 10:30a
ADDRESS: 8712-14 Quincy Avenue, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-721-3585
WEBSITE: http://oibc.cooleytechnologies.com

St. Paul AME Zion Church
DESCRIPTION: It is the oldest AME Zion church in the city.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 8:30a and 10:45a
ADDRESS: 2393 East 55th Street, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-431-7716
WEBSITE: http://stpaulamezion.org

St. John Episcopal Church
DESCRIPTION: Founded 1836; during Underground Railroad days it was known as the “Station of Hope”. People who escaped slavery hid in the bell tower to watch for a signal alerting them to meet the boat which crosses Lake Erie to freedom in Canada.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 2600 Church Street, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-781-5546
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St. John AME Church
DESCRIPTION: Founded 1830, it is the oldest African American church in Cleveland and played an important role in the Underground Railroad.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:45a
ADDRESS: 2261 East 40th Street, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-431-2560
WEBSITE: http://www.stjohnamechurchcleveland.org

Shiloh Baptist Church
Founded 1849, it is the oldest black Baptist congregation in Cleveland; the church has moved to larger sanctuaries several times.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 5500 Scovill Avenue, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-881-7337
WEBSITE: http://shilohcleveland.org

St. James AME Church
DESCRIPTION: Founded 1894; the 800-member congregation manages a wonderful set of youth programs.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 8a, 11a and 3p
ADDRESS: 8401 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-231-3562
WEBSITE: http://www.stjamescleveland.com

Muhammad’s Mosque 18
DESCRIPTION: Place of worship for NOI Cleveland
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 3790 East 131st Street, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-751-7736
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United House of Prayer for All People
DESCRIPTION: This is a spectacular house of worship.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 8700 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-229-6971
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Church of God and Saints of Christ
DESCRIPTION: The most prominent church of this denomination in town.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 3825 Central Avenue, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-881-4114
WEBSITE: http://www.churchofgod1896.org

Liberty Hill Baptist Church
DESCRIPTION: This church includes a 1200-seat theatre for performing arts center and beautiful Tiffany windows.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 8206 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH MAP
PHONE: 216-791-5841
WEBSITE: http://www.libertyhillbc.org

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