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Memphis Campus

All Saints Bible College is located on the grounds of the International Headquarters of the Church of God in Christ, Inc., on Mason Street, near downtown Memphis. Mason Street, as well as the historic Mason Temple, were built there in 1940, and is named for the founder of the Church of God in Christ, Bishop Charles Harrison Mason. Mason Temple has a seating capacity of 5,000 people. For many years it was the largest black-owned church auditorium in the United States, where many outstanding persons have visited. On April 3, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his final speech, "I've Been to the Mountain Top," from the pulpit of Mason Temple. Former President William Jefferson Clinton gave his most significant address on race relations and moral values from the pulpit of Mason Temple at the 86th International Holy Convocation on November 13, 1993.

Built on bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River, Memphis is noted as a primary medical, educational, cultural, communication, distribution, and transportation center in the Mid-South. According to the 2000 U.S. census, the Memphis Metropolitan Area has a population of approximately 1,135,614 persons living in the Tennessee counties of Fayette, Shelby, and Tipton plus Crittenden County, Ark., and DeSoto County, Miss. The area is populated with schools, museums, attractions, zoo and parks, performing arts centers, sport facilities, shops, malls, movie theatres, apartments, and stately homes. A sample of annual events include the Southern Heritage Football Classic, the Mid-South Fair, the Liberty Bowl Classic, Africa in April, Memphis in May International Festival, the Federal Express/St. Jude Golf Classic, the Great River Carnival, Indian Pow-Wow and the International Holy Convocation of the Church of God in Christ.

Downtown Memphis is experiencing a period at the heart of growth and revitalization. The Main Street trolley and city bus service provide easy access to government and corporate offices, grand hotels, and fine restaurants. Other features of the city include the River Walk, parks at the river's edge, the Pyramid Arena, AutoZone Baseball Park, world famous Beale Street, Peabody Place Mall, the Orpheum Theatre, the National Civil Rights Museum, Cook Convention Center, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, historic buildings and churches, medical centers, and the new Uptown housing development.

The campus is accessible by both public transportation and private transport from any part of the city. Major airlines such as Northwestern/KLM, American, and Delta serve the city's airport.



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