St. Augustine’s Atlantic City—Congregation Profile

Contributed by: Jennifer Couthen, St. Augustine's Atlantic City

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St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church was established in 1900 and incorporated in 1904. As a beacon of faith in the early growing community, the church provided training in trades and job skills for the population of Atlantic City when it was being established as a new resort. Our church has played a major part in the history of Atlantic City, especially in the fight for equality during the 1960s. Our main mission is “Connecting People to People and Connecting People to God.” Aside from regular religious services, we have organized special meals for the community, have opened our doors for numerous community activities, and have offered basic technology training to those wishing to upgrade their computer skills. We welcome any and everyone to worship with us and to share the love of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Our Mission: St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church Inc. (the “Church”) is a New Jersey non-profit corporation whose mission is to proclaim the faith that their years have engendered; to use the diversity of their Episcopal experience while working toward a common goal; to teach the young about Jesus and to reach out and affect the lives of those in the community.

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