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Churches & Religious Organizations


Below is a list of businesses which provide Churches & Religious Organizations services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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Business Listing   Alpha Ministries - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 929-2500


Business Listing   Amelon United Methodist Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 929-3200


Business Listing   Beulah United Methodist Church & Retreat Center - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 933-8300


Business Listing   Bolling Hill Baptist Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 929-8354


Business Listing   Elon Presbyterian Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 384-1883


Business Listing   Emmanuel Church of the Nazarene - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 929-7120


Business Listing   Eternal Baptist Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 845-5750


Business Listing   Faith Baptist Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 929-1430


Business Listing   Grace Baptist Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 846-5007


Business Listing   Jesus Center Apostolic Holiness Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 845-1129


Business Listing   Lovingston Baptist Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 846-5972


Business Listing   Madison Heights Christian Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 845-3855


Business Listing   New Beginning Tabernacle - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 929-1343


Business Listing   Northminster Presbyterian Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 929-2713


Business Listing   Northside Baptist Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 845-1160


Business Listing   Randolph Memorial Baptist Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 845-8855


Business Listing   Rose Chapel Baptist Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 528-0021


Business Listing   Siloam Uwccc - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 847-0476


Business Listing   Temple Baptist Church & School - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 846-0024


Business Listing   Union Christian Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 846-3186


Business Listing   West View Baptist Church - Madison Heights, VA - Phone: 1 (434) 929-7220


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Helpful Definition for: Churches & Religious Organizations

Churches in Madison Heights include clergy by name as well as denomination and congregation size. The religious organizations in Madison Heights are a compilation of all types of non-profit institutions. Both are excellent prospects for fundraising programs, religious products, educational material, and more. The purpose is to win people to faith in Jesus Christ, provide religious instruction, teach people to live together in love and fellowship, acknowledge all people to brethren, take the Holy Scripture as the only rule, work for the unity of all Christians in building the Kingdom of God, fighting against poverty and responding to desperate needs.

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