Saint Philip Church, Atlanta – Origin:
Saint Philip Church began in Reynoldstown (Atlanta, GA) on Renfro Street, under the leadership of Reverend Browning.

Later, under the leadership of Rev. C.A. Windfield, the second church was erected on Oliver Street, now known as Kenyon Street.

Rev. J.R. Gardner began the structure at the corner of Wylie and Selman Streets in 1921 and completed the building in the spring of 1922.

The strong determination of the first Board of Trustees of Saint Philip Church, Atlanta led to the completion of the building that still stands.

It has been said, that the stones for the church were brought from Stone Mountain by horse and buggy.

The structure still stands and is being used by another AME congregation H.I. Bearden Temple AME Church.

Believing that people really do matter to God, Church at Rock Creek, Little Rock has grown from 25 people to over 4,500 attending the weekend services.

In April 2006, Church at Rock Creek, Little Rock moved onto a new 40 acre ministry campus featuring a 2,500 seat worship facility, Care Center, & a Children’s Home for abused and neglected children with plans to expand their ministry by adding a residential ministry for troubled teenagers, and a shelter for homeless families.

Mark Evans is the Founder and Senior Pastor of Church at Rock Creek, Little Rock. Understanding that many people do not go to church because it is boring and irrelevant, Mark began Church at Rock Creek, Little Rock in 1995.