On August 24th the Christian Education Ministry held its Annual Promotion Day Assembly. With that, we are proud to announce the following Sunday School Promotions:
Elementary to Middle – Zyra Simmons , Zyerriah Harrison and John Parham IV, Middle to High School – Mya Lester, Jeniah Talton, High School to Young Adult – TZ Harriston, Douglas Young, and Quenton Jones.
Pastor Harris and the Wheat Street Family would like to thank everyone that came out to support these two events.
The Julia Pate Borders Memorial Nurses’ Guild of Wheat Street Baptist Church invites you to attend the 53rd medical forum,”Stroke-Prevention,Part I,” on Saturday, October 4, 2014 at 1:00 P.M. in the First Unit of the church. Dr. Paul Douglass, Cardiologist, will be the main speaker.
The Julia Pate Borders Memorial Nurses’ Guild of Wheat Street Baptist Church
Mrs. Ruth Adams, President
Rev. Dr. Juel Pate Borders-Benson,Sponsor
Please view the following itinerary and plan on joining us!
The African American Church is an historic institution that has provided spiritual growth, civic leadership and community mobility to millions of people of all races. Wheat Street Baptist Church, located in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic District of Atlanta, has been serving and contributing to the spiritual growth of the community for over 145 years. During the course of its history, the church has had only six Pastors and will be honoring its current Pastor, Rev. Dr. Michael Neely Read more
Thank you for joining us for
The Gospel Choir’s 64th Annual Musical,
Sunday, September, 14, 2014
Brother J. C. Hall, Musician
Brother James White, Director
Belinda Martin, President
(Photo Courtesy: Deacon Charles Jones)
The AMBA Youth Dept. Awards Luncheon was held at 12 noon on September 13 in the First Unit.
Pastor Harris and the Wheat Street Family salutes Meiah Holt and Alexis Parham on being this years honorees. We also thank standing Youth President Jeniah Talton and Youth Treasurer Jaleesa Caston for their involvement in the Awards Luncheon.
Wheat Street Honorees: Meiah Holt and Alexis Parham with awards
Wheat Street Honorees: Meiah Holt and Alexis Parham at the beginning of the Luncheon
Wheat Street Read more
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