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African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church: Quiz


Question 1: These early churches were still part of the ________, although the congregations remained separate.
MethodismUnited Methodist ChurchChristmas Conference (Methodism)Methodist Episcopal Church

Question 2: Following acts of overt discrimination (such as black parishioners being forced to leave worship), many black ________ left to form their own churches.
ChristianityCatholic ChurchJesusChristian

Question 3: The AME Zion Church is not to be confused with the similarly named ________, which was officially formed in 1816 by Richard Allen and Daniel Coker in Philadelphia.
Richard Allen (bishop)African Methodist Episcopal ChurchBlack churchAfrican Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

Question 4: The church can be traced back to the John Street Methodist Church of ________.
ManhattanNew York metropolitan areaNew York CityBrooklyn

Question 5: The church grew rapidly with the ordination of black ministers, but was mostly confined to the northern United States until the conclusion of the ________.
Bleeding KansasUnion (American Civil War)American Civil WarTennessee

Question 6: A debate raged in the ________-dominated Methodist church over the possibility of black ministers.
Emigration from EuropeWhite Latin AmericanChileWhite people

Question 7: These churches were attended by black congregants, but ministered to by white ________ ministers.
BaptistChristianityMethodismChristian denomination

Question 8: The denomination operates Livingstone College in ________, and two junior colleges.
Rowan County, North CarolinaGastonia, North CarolinaKannapolis, North CarolinaSalisbury, North Carolina

Question 9: This debate concluded on July 30, 1822 when James Varick was ordained the first ________ of the AME Zion church.

Question 10: The newly formed AME Zion Church had a separate meeting place and time apart from the ________.
MethodismChristmas Conference (Methodism)Methodist Episcopal ChurchUnited Methodist Church


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