A brief overview of our Church History
On April 23rd of 1993, while Rev. Harrell was an associate minister at the First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Alexander, Virginia, the Lord gave him the vision to start the Shiloh African Methodist Episcopal of Woodbridge, Virginia.
In the beginning, the church met at the pastor's residence. The church remained there for the first eight months of its existence. After eight months, the church moved to the Prince William County Courthouse, where it remained for two years.
In February of 1996 the church moved to Stafford, Virginia. We held our services at the Carl Lewis Community Center from that time until April of 2004, when we moved to our present location, which is 3248 Jefferson Davis High, Stafford, VA 22554.
The Living Water A.M.E. Church is incorporated by the state of Virginia to do the work of the Lord.
We, the members of the Living Water African Methodist Episcopal Church, are thankful to God for allowing us to be a part of the process of making disciples for the kingdom of God.