About Azusa Street
The Azusa Street Revival was a glorious outpouring of the Holy Spirit that began in Los Angeles, California in April 1906. In the beginning, the meetings ran seven days a week almost around the clock. William J. Seymour, an African-American led the great revival. Services continued at the 312 Azusa Street Mission even after the death of the pastor in 1922.
In this site, you will find the story of how the revival began and biographical information about the pastor. You will also find testimonies of changed lives and the voices of the critics. Enjoy learning more about Azusa Street and the glorious days of revival.
Be sure and visit our Online Bookstore. We have a number of books on the Azusa Street Revival. We also have books on the Welsh Revival, the Brownsville Revival, the Topeka Outpouring and revival classics by Winkie Pratney, Leonard Ravenhill and others.