600 Grace Street, Wilmington North Carolina
Perhaps the oldest Episcopal church in the state that was built by and for African-Americans.
In 1858, a mission comprised of St. Paul's Episcopal Church members was formed. In 1868, African-Americans broke away to form their own congregation and constructed their own sanctuary around 1871. It remains a place of worship for an active congregation.
Other History nearby:
(Wilmington) Battleship North Carolina
(Wilmington) Cape Fear Museum
(Kure Beach) Fort Fisher State Historic Site
(Myrtle Beach) Hobcaw Barony Visitors Center
(Wilmington) Oakdale Cemetery
(Wilmington) Poplar Grove Historic Plantation
01/26 Coming to The Wilmington area
Spoleto Festival Charleston SC May24-June9 Spoleto Festival has firmly established itself as one of the world’s major arts festivals and as one of the most significant arts organizations in the Southeast.
John Blue Cotton Festival Laurinburg NC October12-13 Performances on an outdoor stage,vendor area with beautifully displayed crafts, clothing, and artwork, and wonderful food prepared by all of the food vendors.