Christmas Day Worship Service

ORANGE, NJ -- On December 25, 2019, Rev. Melvin Wilson will lead the congregation at the St. Matthew AME Church in a Christmas Morning Worship Service.

St. Matthew is located at 336 Oakwood Avenue, Orange, NJ. All are welcomed to attend. 

Wed, December 25
11:00 am — 1:00 pm
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ORANGE, NJ -- On December 25, 2019, Rev. Melvin Wilson will lead the congregation at the St. Matthew AME Church in a Christmas Morning Worship Service.

St. Matthew is located at 336 Oakwood Avenue, Orange, NJ. All are welcomed to attend.

336 Oakwood Avenue Orange, NJ

St. Matthew AME Church

336 Oakwood Avenue
Orange, NJ

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