DuPage AME Church had grown and evolved from the small group that had petitioned the Chicago Conference, to a membership of approximately 800 souls that the Lord continued to bless. With the Lord’s blessing, the church continued to develop and increase in members. Almost immediately, the new building was too small. On the first Sunday, June, 1997, the church started a second service. Under the pastoral leadership and direction of Reverend Miller, DuPage AME Church was becoming known throughout the community as the largest African American church in the county and an AME Church “connectional” church, receiving noted recognition for growth and evangelism. By 2002, DuPage AME Church was the largest congregation in the North District of the Chicago Conference and among the top 25 churches in the AME Church connectional.

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