Congratulations to the Distinguished Service Awards Honorees for 2015: Mother Rhonda Caston, Sis. Artrisia Edwards, and Trustee Adrianne Williams. Please join us as we honor these ladies on Friday evening, February 20, 2015 at 7:00 P. M. in the First Unit. All ladies are asked to wear a white suit or dress with a red corsage.
On February 22, 2015, we will observe our Annual African Heritage Family and Friend’s Day. All members and visitors are asked to wear African Garb. Our Guest Preacher for the occasion will be the Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley. Come and join us!
View the Save these Dates Flyer for event info.
The Wheat Street Family would like to salute: Pastor Harris; Deaconess Taliba Broomfield, Program Coordinator; Program Committee Members&Sponsors; The Interviewees; and other Participants in the “SITTING AT THEIR FEET” event that was held on Sunday, JANUARY 18, 2015, at 5:00 P.M.
Please click this link to view the excerpts of the program
Flyer information can be found below.
Please click this link to view the promo
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 […]