Bethel Baptist Church may refer to:
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... First Baptist Church traces its origins to Bethel Baptist Church (now Bethel Baptist Institutional Church), founded under co-pastors James McDonald and Ryan Frier, the earliest ... Bethel Baptist was established in July 1838 with only six charter members, four whites and two blacks, the latter of whom were slaves of white members ... was erected in Downtown Jacksonville at Church and Julia Streets ...
... Union Baptist Cemetery located at 4933 Cleves Warsaw Pike, in the Price Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, is a registered historic district in Cincinnati, Ohio, listed in the National Register of ... The cemetery is the oldest Baptist African-American cemetery in Cincinnati, founded in 1864 by members of the Union Baptist Church ... Almost 150 other USCT veterns are buried at Union Baptist Cemetery ...
... Bethel Baptist Church (Birmingham, Alabama), a U.S ... National Historic Landmark in Alabama Bethel Baptist Institutional Church, Jacksonville, FL, listed on the NRHP in Florida Bethel Baptist Church (Fairview, Kentucky), listed on the NRHP ...
... National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc ... Shaw, President (1999–2009) Southern Baptist Convention – Paige Patterson, President of the Southern Baptist Convention (1998–2000) ...
... Bethel Baptist Church (51°24′31″N 3°29′06″W / 51.408714°N 3.485035°W / 51.408714 -3.485035) was erected in 1830 to provide for local Baptists and its first minister was a local ...
Famous quotes containing the words church and/or baptist:
“Midnight has come and the great Christ Church bell
And many a lesser bell sound through the room;
And it is All Souls Night.
And two long glasses brimmed with muscatel
Bubble upon the table. A ghost may come;
For it is a ghosts right....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“You should approach Joyces Ulysses as the illiterate Baptist preacher approaches the Old Testament: with faith.”
—William Faulkner (18971962)