St Mark AME Zion – African American Churches In Durham NC



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St Mark A.M.E. Zion Church
531 South Roxboro Street, Durham NC 27701
919-668-2092

Sunday Services
Sunday School for All – 8:45 am
Morning Worship Service – 10:00 am

Communion – 1st Sunday

World’s Largest Hockey Stick – Eveleth, MN



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– Eveleth was Minnesota’s first hockey powerhouse, so it’s fitting that the world’s largest stick stands at its city center. Eveleth is also home to the U.S. Hockey Hall of fame.

A History of Phillips Chapel and the Las Cruces African American Community



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Farther Along, Recalling Memories: A History of Phillips Chapel and the Las Cruces African American Community
Clarence Fielder

Sparks, SAR Boardroom
Tuesday, March 12, 2013, 3:00–4:00 pm, Free

Erected in 1911, the Phillips Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church has played an important role in the history of the African American population in Las Cruces, NM. It has been a church, a school building, and a community center. Placed on the state and national registers of historic places in 2003, Phillips Chapel is now under renovation and will be open for public use again when the restoration is completed. Mr. Fielder is a professor emeritus in history at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, where he taught African American history.

Videography and video editing by SAR volunteer John Sadd

St Mark A M E Zion African – American Churches in Durham NC



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St Mark A.M.E. Zion Church
531 South Roxboro Street, Durham NC 27701
919-668-2092

Sunday Services
Sunday School for All – 8:45 am
Morning Worship Service – 10:00 am

Communion – 1st Sunday

Filipino American (Fil-Am) Christian Church, Fresno, California – Video 1



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The New Beginnings International Family (NBI) praises God for the technology, to help reach out to the rest of the world. People with dying souls can be impacted by God’s Love through the ministry of media ministry.

Praise God !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2016 Eddie James singing ‘Freedom’ in Albuquerque, NM



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2016 Eddie James singing ‘Freedom’ at New Hope Full Gospel Baptist Church in Albuquerque, NM
4/30/2016

Obama: Charleston church shooting “particularly heartbreaking”



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The president spoke of Emanuel AME church’s historical role in defending the rights of African Americans in the Charleston community.

Christopher Hunter – ‘Architecture of Early South American Church Building’



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Christopher Hunter, a graduate student in the Department of Architecture, presents “Introduction of the Architecture of Early South American Church Building 1880-1920.”

The presentation was given at “Natural, Built, Virtual,” the 19th annual Texas A&M College of Architecture Research Symposium, which was held Oct. 23 in the Langford Architecture Center’s Preston Geren Auditorium. The daylong session showcased research and creative work by college faculty and, for the first time, doctoral students.

More on Natural, Built, Virtual here:

Project Summary:

The purpose of this presentation is to introduce the architecture of the early southern
African American church building constructed between 1880 and 1920.
The African American church experience is a continuously evolving part of the American experience. Many of the current African American churches were organized in the early to mid-
19th century.

After the Civil War, many of these organized congregations began constructing places of worship, primarily throughout the southern United States, either within an urban or a rural setting. Many of these church buildings eventually became the center of spiritual, educational, political, and cultural life for millions of people, continuing to this day.

These church buildings often hosted famous orators or were witnessed to historical events, but these buildings have not received the academic attention necessary to inquire, study, and document their architectural relevance to the people they serve as well as their place in a community. These buildings should be considered just as significant as the people and events they housed.

This paper will present a brief example one such relevant building in the First African Baptist Church (FABC) of Savannah, Georgia. Organized in 1773, FABC is historically considered one of the oldest continuous churches in North America. The paper will introduce the building’s design intent, construction methods of the time, as well as its historical and contemporary place within the local Savannah community.

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Full Speech: Donald Trump Speaks to African American Church in Detroit 9/3/16



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Saturday, September 3, 2016: Donald Trump delivered remarks this morning at Great Faith Ministries International, a historically black church in Detroit, MI. Trump was blessed and given a prayer shawl by Bishop Wayne T. Jackson.

Choir of St. Thomas Church, NYC in Recital: 2016 American Guild of Organists National Convention



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Concert: The Choir of Saint Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, New York City; CoCathedral of the Sacred Heart, Houston, TX

00:06:40–00:09:47: Libera nos, salva nos by John Sheppard
00:10:10–00:19:10: Magnificat octavi toni by Thomas Tallis
00:19:30—00:25:44: Komm, heiliger Geist, O Herre Gott, BWV 651 by Johann Sebastian Bach, Stephen Buzard, organist
00:27:00—00:33:00: Laudibus in sanctis by William Byrd
00:33:36–00:41:43: Komm, Jesu, komm, BWV 229 by J. S. Bach
00:44:16—00:46:54: Feast Song for St. Cecilia by Bernard Rose
00:47:31—00:51:12: Sanctus and Benedictus from Missa trinitatis sanctae by Francis Grier
00:52:04—00:58:26: Rhapsody in D-flat major, Op. 17, No 1 by Herbert Howells, Benjamin Sheen, organist
00:59:02—01:05:04: Greater Love hath No Man by John Ireland
01:05:39—01:10:30: Judge Eternal by Gerre Hancock
01:11:15—01:13:43: Behold O God Our Defender by John Scott
01:14:05—01:19:18: I was Glad by C.H.H. Parry