NOTE: This is a personal publication of Kim Batson to share information with members and friends of St. Paul AME Church and is not an official Church publication. The official St. Paul website is http://www.stpaulamech.org/
Welcome to Friends of St. Paul AME!
Founded in 1864, St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church celebrates its 155th anniversary in 2019. Sitting at the corner of Franklin and Merritt Mill where it marks the border between Chapel Hill and Carrboro, St. Paul is literally a community cornerstone.
ST. PAUL’S MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 AT 8:00 A.M. AT THE HOME OF BROTHER ALLEN MASK, 1123 OLD LYSTRA ROAD, CHAPEL HILL. HE WILL ALSO BE THE SPEAKER. ALL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND INCLUDING SISTERS. THE VAN WILL BE LEAVING ST. PAUL AT 7:45 A.M. IF YOU NEED A RIDE. IF YOU GET LOST, CALL BROTHER MASK AT 919-616-7668
9:45 pm Church School
11:00 am Worship
7:00 pm Mid-Week Service
7:00 pm Bible Study
During these perilous times in 1864 emerged J. Craig, Charles Craig, Charles H. Johnson, Jerry Hargraves, Kenny Brooks, C.E.H. Johnson, William Thompson, Green Merritt, Edwin Allen, and Green Cordal, our own dedicated, spirit filled, and courageous men. Under the leadership of Jerry Hargraves and Edwin Allen, these men organized a Black Methodist Church.
St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church
101 N. Merritt Mill Road * Chapel Hill, NC 27514
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