Agape International Spiritual Center

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The Agape International Spiritual Center is a transdenominational congregation currently holding Sunday services at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, California, founded in 1986 by Michael Bernard Beckwith.[1] Agape International Spiritual Center is the flagship location of the Agape Movement founded by Beckwith, an international New Thought belief community founded in the tradition of Religious Science, that has expanded into a trans-denominational international community, with members, spiritual practitioners, ministers and ministries across the globe, international live-streaming services,[2][3] and a sister congregation, Agape East Spiritual Community, in Norfolk, Virginia.

Agape International Spiritual Center

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  1. ^ Finley, S.C. and Alexander, T. (2009) African American religious Agape provides weekly services led by Beckwith, the Agape University of Transformational Studies and Leadership, and various ministries and outreach programs.
  2. ^ Jackson-Fossett, Cora, LA Sentinel. (2016) "Focused, intentional, and dedicated to service exemplify the ministry of the Rev. Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith. Empowered by those traits, he founded Agape International Spiritual Center and three decades later, the fellowship reaches thousands of people around the world."
  3. ^ Carter, Dr. Lawrence E., Dean of Morehouse College International Chapel (2019) "Since its doors opened in 1986, Agape’s active teaching and practice of the New Thought-Ancient Wisdom tradition of spirituality has expanded into a trans-denominational movement and community of 9,000 local members and 1,000,000 friends worldwide. Through Dr. Beckwith’s weekly services, Agape's University of Transformational Studies and Leadership classes, ministries and other outreach programs, the heart of Agape reaches deep into local and global communities teaching individuals about the transforming, healing power of prayer, meditation, and selfless service."

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