Agape International Spiritual Center

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Agape International Spiritual Center is a transdenominational congregation in Culver City, California. Founded in 1986 by Michael Bernard Beckwith, it currently has approximately 9,000 members who follow its New Thought spirituality.[1] Beckwith leads the congregation along with his wife, Rickie Byars-Beckwith. Agape provides weekly services led by Beckwith, the Agape University of Transformational Studies and Leadership, and various ministries and outreach programs.[2]

Agape International Spiritual Center

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  1. ^ Finley, S.C. and Alexander, T. (2009) African American religious cultures. ABS-CLIO. p 281.
  2. ^ "About Agape", Agape International Spiritual Center. Retrieved June 1, 2011.

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