Sunday School: 9:30 AM
Morning Glory at 11:00 AM

Wednesday: Prayer: 6:00 PM
Bible Study at 7:00 PM


Every 1st Sunday
Early Morning Glory at 8:00 AM


Every 4th Sunday
"Sunday Night Live" at 5:00 PM




57 Hillcrest Avenue
Southampton, NY 11968 | Map

631-283-8029 PHONE
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THE 2014 CALENDAR OF EVENTS IS NOW UP!

When the history of the King’s Chapel Church is told to generations to come, historians will curiously place their convex lens over a tiny village on the map magnifying the east side of Shinnecock Bay. Early
settlers will recall this as Odd Village, just outside the Shinnecock Reservation.

Two such early settlers were Mary Kingsberry Jefferson and husband John Jefferson who were saved and received the baptism of the Holy Ghost while members of the First Baptist Church of Southampton,
pastored by Reverend Green. The vibrant sound of Pentecostalism was somewhat new As such, Pastor Green encouraged the Jeffersons to find a Pentecostal church where they could express the unction which now “sat upon them.”

Eager, indeed, to fulfill the passion of their new Pentecostal experience, the Jeffersons traveled to Hempstead every Sunday to attend services at the Church of God in Christ All Saints Temple, a Pentecostal church on Franklin Avenue which met their thirst for a greater spiritual outpouring. In 1937 the Jefferson family relocated to Hempstead and, as the Lord would order it, returned to Southampton in 1939. Yet while attending the Hempstead services, Mary Jefferson heard Pastor Joseph Arnold King – a Hebrew Theologian, scholarly and stately gentleman of Black Creek Indian descent himself- preach a message entitled “Drop Your Net Boys, Follow Me and I Will Make You Fisher of Men.”

The power of the message so heavily impacted Mary Jefferson that it stirred up the gift of evangelism within her and – in turn, putting her gifts to work in  ...

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Bishop Frank Anthone White, Pastor | 57 Hillcrest Avenue - Southampton, NY 11968 | 631.283.8029