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Faith Briefs Saturday, May 20

Salisbury Post
The church began around 1866 in a brush arbor near Sechler's Pond in the China Grove Township. The second structure was a log structure built in the area where the current sanctuary is now building, begun by a group of newly freed slaves. The building ...

1974 ACM Awards Top Vocal Group Winner Brush Arbor News

Charlotte church has survived war, disease and revolution. Now comes the airport.

Charlotte Observer
The thoroughly modern reason: Its close proximity to the ever-expanding Charlotte Douglas International Airport, which has its eye on the property that's been home to the church since Scots-Irish settlers had their first worship service there in a ...

1974 ACM Awards Top Vocal Group Winner Brush Arbor News

Our legacy: Keeping alive a spiritual tradition

CapitalGazette.com
In rural Delmarva, slaves worshipped at the "brush arbor" in the woods. There, the enslaved had the freedom to mourn, lament, pray, sing and shout, in the West African tradition, until the pain of slavery erupted into renewed spiritual energy. Thus ...

1974 ACM Awards Top Vocal Group Winner Brush Arbor News

Mount Olive Baptist Church walk to symbolize 150-year history

Richmond Free Press
They call the event the “First Annual Brush Arbor Walk,” the kickoff of its 150th anniversary celebration. The walk's grand marshal will be Rev. Thompson. A replica of Brush Arbor has been crafted by church trustees Eugene Mallory and Raymond Mitchell ...

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