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    • Cleveland Baptist Temple

    • Architecture, sacred; Baptist churches; Tremont; Cleveland; West 14th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Gothic revival (architecture); Cleveland Baptist Temple; Baptists; Germans; Emmanuel Evangelical United Brethren Church; Brethren churches; Pentecostal...
    • Cleveland Baptist Temple 2536 West 14th. 1908. This church was the former Emmanuel Evangelical United Brethren Church made up of a German congregation. Because of a declining German population in the area, the church was sold in 1968 to the...
    • Allen Memorial Missionary Baptist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; African Americans; Baptist churches; Gothic revival (architecture); Baptists; Methodist churches; Methodists; Pentecostal churches; Pentecostals; Miles Park Ave.; Miles Park; Allen Memorial Chapel; African Americans
    • Allen Memorial Chapel 9105 Miles Park Avenue. 1872. Formerly Miles Park United Methodist Church. Currently Pentecostal Determine Church of God.
    • Pentecostal Church of Christ (Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist)

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Pentecostal churches; Pentecostals; Briggs, Herbert; Nelson, Harry A.; Chester Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); East 105th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); University Circle; Christian Scientists; Christian Science churches;...
    • Pentecostal Church of Christ 10515 Chester Avenue. 1918. Architects: Briggs & Nelson. Formerly the Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist.
    • Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal

    • Architecture, sacred; Pentecostal churches; Pentecostals; Reformed churches; Third Evangelical Reformed Church; Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal
    • Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal. 1567 East 36th Street. Architects: Coburn & Barnum. Formerly Third Evangelical Reformed Church.
    • Chibas Jerusalem
Penticostal Church

    • Synagogues Pentecostals
    • 887 Parkwood Drive built by Congregation Chibas Jerusalem incorporated in 1904 acquired the land in 1924 The rear of the building contained a social hall known as Carmel Hall. The congregation merged in 1952 with Taylor Road Synagogue selling the...

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