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HighPointe Church is blessed to have a dedicated team of staff and volunteers who do every thing from clean the building, to caring for the community, to serving in the nursery, to leading worship. He graduated as a Civil Engineer inand practiced for 7 years, before leaving all that to pursue his passion in ministry. They moved to Philadelphia in January on 'sabbatical'.


There are immigrants from almost every African country in Philadelphia, though the largest communities are from Nigeria, Liberia, Ethiopia and Ghana. In recent years, Philadelphia has come full circle and is once again playing host to a new population arriving directly from the continent of Africa.

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There are an estimated 50, African immigrants living in the Greater Philadelphia area, representing a variety of nations, cultures, languages and religions. Sincethe United States has accepted refugees from Africa, and many have been resettled in Philadelphia. African immigrants also come to Philadelphia seeking economic and educational opportunities.

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Many settle in the same neighborhoods as friends and family members who came before them, creating pockets of different populations around the area. There is a small Kenyan population in Norristown, and a of Eritreans live in Lansdale. Other groups such as Nigerians and Ghanaians are dispersed throughout the city and suburbs.

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West Philadelphia, specifically the area around Baltimore Avenue in University City, has emerged as an African commercial district, although Africans own business throughout the city. Statistically, immigrants from Africa have the highest educational levels among all immigrants to the United State.

On average, they have over three years of college, and more than half are college graduates. Yet many Africans experience a decrease in job status and earnings when they arrive in the U. Frequent difficulties in finding satisfying work have led many African immigrants to work in particular employment niches, where the demand is high and the required skills limited.

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These niches include work in nursing homes and as residential aides for the elderly and disabled. Many African men drive taxis and work in parking garages, while many African women work in braiding salons. African professionals are represented in medicine, research, education, administration, social work, and numerous other fields. Philadelphia is home to a variety of African national and ethnic organizations, representing the diversity of national and ethnic affiliations on the continent. The variety of African cultures have added to the richness of Philadelphia.

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Following are profiles of some of the larger African populations in the City. Eritreans share many cultural similarities with Ethiopians, including food and music. Ethiopians also reside in Upper Darby. The Ethiopian community is one of the largest African populations in the region. The primary languages spoken by Ethiopians in Philadelphia are Amharic and Oromo.

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Like other African communities, Liberians also recognize internal ethnic distinctions, and languages spoken in the community include Liberian English, Lorma, and Kpelle. Nigerians in Philadelphia represent a variety of ethnic groups and speak a variety of languages, including Nigerian English, Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo, and Efik.

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Nigerians are the largest African group in the region. Many thanks to our Sponsoring Members for their generous support of the Global Philadelphia Association. Home Register.

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With a ificant presence in the Greater Philadelphia area dating back to the s, Nigerians became the second-largest African population in the Delaware Valley in the first years of the twenty-first century.