Mobile Places of Worship

Stone Street Baptist, Mobile Places of Worship

Stone Street Baptist, Mobile

Mobile Places of Worship

Stone Street Baptist Church
DESCRIPTION: The congregation’s history dates back to 1806, and the church was redesigned in 1931 at the height of the Depression by laymen who made inventive use of limited resources.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 311 Tunstall Street, Mobile, AL MAP
PHONE: 251-433-3947

State Street AME Church
DESCRIPTION: Constructed in 1854, this church is one of the most imposing antebellum structures built for a Black congregation in Alabama. It is also one of the oldest AME churches established in the city prior to the Civil War.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 502 State Street, Mobile, AL MAP
PHONE: 251-432-3965

Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church
DESCRIPTION: Another of the pre-Civil War Black churches in Mobile and the oldest Missionary Baptist church in the city.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 2756 Old Shell Road, Mobile, AL MAP
PHONE: 251-479-7270
WEBSITE: http://newshilohchurch.com

St. Louis Street Missionary Baptist Church
DESCRIPTION: One of four Black congregations established in Alabama prior to 1865. The present building, completed in 1872, hosted the 1874 session of the Colored Baptist Convention which voted to establish Selma University.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 108 North Dearborn Street, Mobile, AL MAP
PHONE: 251-438-3823
WEBSITE: http://www.slsmbc.org

Big Zion AME Zion Church
DESCRIPTION: Built in 1842, the church was first called Little Zion; it was renamed in1896, after extensive renovation and expansion added the current Romanesque and Gothic exterior.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 112 South Bayou Street, Mobile, AL MAP
PHONE: 251-433-8431

Emmanuel AME Church
DESCRIPTION: Built by Mobile architect James F Hutchisson between 1881 and 1891, the building is representative of mid-19th century architecture, which took medieval building traditions as models.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 656 St. Michael Street, Mobile, AL MAP
PHONE: 251-438-5141

Union Missionary Baptist Church
DESCRIPTION: Located in historic Africatown, the front of the church is home to the bust of Cudjoe Lewis, the last living descendent of the Clotilde slave ship.
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a
ADDRESS: 506 Bay Bridge Road, Plateau, AL MAP
PHONE: 251-456-6080

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