Renamed Street Celebrates Bethel AME

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Renamed Street Celebrates Bethel AME
The building has gotten rid of the potbelly stove and coal chute, and replaced the plain glass windows with stained glass ones. And much to the comfort of the congregants, the broken, splintery pews have been replaced. While church membership …
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Birmingham church bombing recalled with donation, medal
Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson and Denise McNair were posthumously awarded the Congressional Gold Medal on Tuesday (Sept. 10), a day after a piece of shattered stained glass from the church was donated to the Smithsonian.
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Broken trolley plaque to be replaced
About three weeks ago, a town of Wrightsville Beach employee discovered the stained glass Station 7 Trolley Stop Marker at the public parking lot near Crystal Pier was broken. At the Wrightsville Beach Historic Landmark Commission's Monday, Sept.
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The Good News from Bombingham
Ascending from the church's baptismal waters, she looked directly into the face of Jesus, beautifully depicted in the large stained glass window on the eastern side of the sanctuary. His countenance made her feel safe and loved. At Sixteenth Street …
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