Churches Recorded in the New Testament,
With the Names of Some of their Members

Jesus Christ the Son of God, the Great Head and Founder of His Church

The Twelve Apostles

Churches (and members' names) recorded in the New Testament:

Jerusalem (Jesus, and the Twelve Apostles, and many others baptized by John the Baptist; 3,000 added to the 120 disciples present on the day of Pentecost, thousands more added before being scattered by persecution; Joseph, Justus, Matthias, Ananias, Sapphira, Stephen, Philip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Timon, Parmenas, Nicolas, Silas (Silvanus), Mary Mark, John Mark, Rhoda)
Parthia (present on the day of Pentecost)(modern day Persia or Iran)
Pontus (present on the day of Pentecost)(modern day Turkey, south coast of Black Sea)
Mesopotamia (present on the day of Pentecost)(modern day Iraq - NE of Syria, SE of Turkey, SW of Iran)
Cappadocia (present on the day of Pentecost)(modern day Turkey - from Mt. Taurus to Back Sea, Anatolia)
Phrygia (present on the day of Pentecost)(modern day Turkey - west central part of Anatolia)
Pamphylia (in Egypt) (present on the day of Pentecost)(South of Asia Minor, between Lycia and Cilicia - from Mediterranean to Mt. Taurus)
Cyrene (in Lybia) (present on the day of Pentecost)(Lybia, in Africa, a Greek colony, later Roman city)
Samaria (Acts 8:5) (Simon)(northern Israel)
Churches of Samaria (Acts 9:31)(northern Israel)
Damascus (Ananias) (Acts 9:19)(Capital of Syria)
Churches of Judea (present on the day of Pentecost)(Acts 9:31)(Israel)
Lydda (Acts 9:32) (Aeneas)(in Palestine)
Churches of Galilee (Acts 9:31)(Israel)
Joppa (Acts 9:36-43) (Tabitha, Simon, the brethren who went with Peter to the house of Cornelius)(Israeli city, surrounded by Tel Aviv, the largest city in Israel)
Caesarea (Acts 10) (Cornelius)(In Israel, between Tel Aviv and Haifa)
Antioch (Syria) (Acts 11:19-26) (first Gentile church)(Paul, Barnabas, Simeon, Lucius, Manaen, Silas)(Now called Antaleya, near the border of Syria and Turkey)
Antioch (Pisidia)(In Turkey, southern, Isparta Province)
Churches of Celicia (southern Turkey, south of Cappadocia)
Iconium (Acts 14, Acts 16:2)(east of Pisidian Antioch, about 100 miles)
Lystra (Acts 14, Acts 16:2)(in Turkey, east of Pisidia)
Troas (Acts 20:9) (Eutychus)
Derbe (Timothy, Gaius)(Turkey - east of Pisidia, in Cilicia)
Philippi (Acts 16:12)(Lydia, the Jailor and his house, Lydia, Euodias, Syntyche)(In Macedonia)
Churches of Macedonia (Thessalonica, Berea, Philippi)
Corinth (Acts 18:1) (Aquilla, Priscilla, Crispus, Gaius, household of Stephanus)(southern Greece)
Thessalonica (Acts 20:4) (Jason, Aristarchus, Secundus)(in Macedonia)
Berea (Acts 17:10-11)(Sopater)(Macedonia - northern Greece)
Seven Churches of Asia (Western Turkey, all near each other, near Colosse)
(Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, Laodicea). (Tychicus, Trophimus)
Ephesus (Acts 18:19) (Apollos)
Pergamos (Antipas, faithful martyr)

Cyprus (Acts 21) (Mnason)(Large island south of Turkey, east of Crete)
Babylon (I. Peter 5:13)
Colosse (Epaphras, Onesimus)(western Turkey, near the Seven Churches of Asia)
Rome (Romans chapter 16 names many brethren and sisters). Gaius, Erastus, Quartus, to name a few. (The church at Rome, in central Italy)
Cenchrea (Romans 16:1) (Phebe)(Southern Greece, near Corinth)
Achaia (Romans 16:5)(Epaenetus)(in Southern Greece)
The church that is in their house. (Aquila, Priscilla) (Romans 16:5)
Salute the brethren which are in Laodicea and Nymphas, and the church which is in his house. (Col. 4:15)
And to our beloved Apphia and Archippus our fellowsoldier, and to the church in thy house. (Philemon 1:2)
Churches of Galatia (northwest of Cappadocia)
Churches of Crete (Titus 1:5)(an island in the Mediterranean Sea)
Churches of Bithynia (I. Peter 1:1)(north of Galatia, west of Pontus)
Churches of Caesarea (Philip the evangelist and his family)(in Israel)
Alexandria (Africa)
Churches of Arabia (where Paul fled from Damascus)
Athens (Dionysius, one of the Areopagites, Damaris, and others)
Dalmatia (a part of Illyricum)

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