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What does CME stand for?

CME stands for Christian Methodist Episcopal (church)

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Mark Christian Methodist Episcopal Church - The annual Mother Mattie Reynolds Day celebration will be at 1 p.
Other predominantly African American denominations also began to publish hymns in the 19th century, including the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (1838); The African Union Church (1839); the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (1891); and The Church of Christ Holiness (1899).
Joining Ricard and Hanson were leaders from the Presbyterian Church USA, the Episcopal Church USA, the National Council of Churches, the Progressive National Baptist Convention, the Evangelical Covenant church, the Christian Methodist Episcopal church, and the Methodist Council of Bishops.
Harem, general minister and president, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), USA Senior Bishop Nathaniel Lindsey, Christian Methodist Episcopal Church Cary Jossart, legislative associate, Washington office, Church of the Brethren Ann Delorey, legislative director, Church Women United The Rev.
Bishop Thomas Hoyt of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church insisted that the ecumenical movement's "historic struggle for justice and freedom is a unifying issue--but there will be no sustaining unity unless there is unity in the Spirit" Further, he insisted, "The unity of the church and the unity of humankind go together--you can't have one without the other.