Black Baptist Churches in Phoenix, AZ
1.Faith Missionary Baptist Church
5802 S 7th Ave
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One of the Finest Baptist Churches in the Valley. A very thoughtful & humble Pastor.
2.Westown First Southern Baptist Church
11415 N 35th Ave
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Westown is a wonderful church with friendly loving people. A lot of new things are happening from upgrading the building to a contemporary service in the near future, a new children's ministry and outreach events for the community. It's a church that Worships GOD and teaches the Bible, and trust Jesus as Lord and Savior to All who believe in him.
3.First Southern Baptist Church Of Paradise Valley
16033 N 32nd St
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On my first visit I was greeted by friendly faces that were eager to get to know me, or at least shake my hand and introduce themselves to me. I've been going faithfully for almost a year now and thank God every day that I found this church. Pastor Ed and the congregation really care about others and show their enthusiasm by reaching out. I encourage you to stop in and see for yourself!
4.35th Avenue Baptist Church
2522 N 35th Ave
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they have nice people but might be to big fore me
5.New Revelation Baptist Church
2851 E Chipman Rd
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Like it in the 90s under pastor Washington. When their teacher was Rev. A. McCoy.. They where a growing church.
6.First Chinese Baptist Church
4910 E Earll Dr
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7.First Institutional Baptist Church
1141 E Jefferson St
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went for help to provide some kind of a christmas for my small children and they told me they can not offer any help. I dont understand if your a church with more than enough resources, you dont tell someone what you cant and wont do, your suppose to tell them what you can and find out so you can provide. This is a sad when even the church closes their doors in your face
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