Beebe Memorial Church has rich past

Beebe Memorial Church has rich past

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Beebe Memorial C.M.E. Church

Beebe Memorial, the first African American Methodist Episcopal church ever erected in North Carolina, now stands on the corner of Respass and Fifth streets in Washington. From its humble beginning as a small wooden structure, then called the Christian Temple C.M.E. church, and better known as the Hill church, it has grown until it now stands as a prominent structure of beautiful architecture.

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Beebe Memorial 81 Years Old