On this day we held our Annual African Heritage Family and Friend's Day. This is our Worship Service dedicated to thanking God for our heritage with our extended family members and friends.
In addition, we recognized the church members that brought the most family members. With that, we congratulate the Morgan Family on receiving the certificate for the most family members present.
We also recognized those that brought the most friends. With that, we congratulate the Harris Family.
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The United Sisterhood wore red on Sunday, February 9th in support of National Heart Month.
During the Distinguished Service Awards we were blessed with special tributes by the following individuals/groups: Sis. Jayme Alilaw; Sis. Kendra White; Resonance of Spelman College; and Rev. Arthur McClenton.
Click this link to see them. (We hope you will enjoy)
To see the Distinguished Service Awards Program in its entirety please click here:
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Wheat Street Baptist Church is a historical House of God located in the heart of the Sweet Auburn – Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic Site and Preservation District. This Mighty Fortress is one of the nation's oldest African American Churches with our own member created Federal Credit Union. Wheat Street Baptist Church pioneered socio-economic development in the Atlanta's inner-city community by the development of commercial and residential real estate such as; Wheat Street Gardens Apartments, Wheat Street Read more
On this day, the Wheat Street Family joined with the other churches in the Auburn Avenue Church Coalition for the Annual Wednesday Service.
It was held at 7pm on March 5th at the Ebenezer Baptist Church. The Rev. Dr. John Foster (Pastor of Big Bethel A.M.E.) preached.
The address for Ebenezer is 101 Jackson Street, Atlanta GA 30312.