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Greensboro church search - Trinity AME Zion Church at 631 East Florida Street

Rev. Dr. Michael A. Frencher
Rev. Dr. Michael A. Frencher

Trinity AME Zion Church, an African Methodist Episcopal Zion church is located at 631 East Florida Street. Worship services on Sunday are at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. (this service is broadcast on WQMG-AM 1510). Trinity AME Zion Church worships with about 300 congregants each Sunday morning.

Activity group at Trinity AME Zion Church
Jolie Myers asked Rev. Dr. Michael A. Frencher how he would describe Trinity AME Zion Church to a visitor, either seeking Christ or new to Greensboro.

"We are a church that will help you to grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We are a teaching ministry that helps people grow in their faith, " Dr. Frencher said.

Some of the ministries at Trinity AME Zion include:

  • Marriage  - promotes blessed relationships between spouses, for the purpose of becoming more equally and spiritually yoked with Christ.
  • Children - for boys and girls ages 18 months - 12 years, this ministry includes Sunday School, Choir, Girl Scouting, Vacation Bible School, Dance group and Catechism classes.
  • Youth - for teens ages 13 - 18, this ministry includes Bible study twice monthly, Youth Choir, Girl Scouting, Nu-Joie Dance group, Sunday School, Vacation Bible School and fun youth activities.
  • Young Adult - this ministry offers Discipleship classes, Missionary Society, Men's Fellowship, Sunday School, Bible Study, and multiple music opportunities.
  • Senior Adult - Seniors enjoy monthly meetings with speakers and activities, trips, Sunday School and other exciting opportunities.
  • Prison Ministry - This ministry's purpose is to carry the Good News of the Gospel to incarcerated men and women in North Carolina. A praise team brings vibrant music to this worship.

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