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Forest Home Cemetery
Photograph of Forest Home Cemetery, established in 1850 by St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
Rev. Deborah Block and Rev. Bill Johnstone
Rev. Deborah Block and Rev. Bill Johnstone at the 150th celebration of First Presbyterian in 1987.
Construction of Waverly House
In 1958, Immanuel Presbyterian built Waverly House to serve as the new youth activities center as an attempt to provide needed services to…
Immanuel Presbyterian's Church Facade
In 1871, Immanuel Presbyterian decided to build a new church building for its new congregation. The building was designed by Edward Townsend…
The Little White Church
The Little White Church was the home to First Presbyterian, the first congregation in Milwaukee. The members of First would later merge with…
St. Matthew Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
Image of present day St. Matthew C.M.E. It has been said by Reverend B.S. Gregg that St. Matthew C.M.E. is "a church with a heart in the…
Samuel Johnson and the Community Brainstorm
The newspaper article pictures Samuel Johnson in 1994. He was one of the founders of the Community Brainstorm program in 1986. The program…
Rev. B.S. Gregg Civil Rights Activist
A newspaper article from September 4, 1965 titled "Three Churches and Their Pastors Lead in Civil Rights Actions Here". The article…
St. Matthew C.M.E. Church's New Home
Newspaper clippings from 1958 when St. Matthew C.M.E. purchased its current building at North 9th St. Milwaukee, WI 53206. The building was…
First Official Edifice of St. Matthew C.M.E. Church
Image of the first official building for the St. Matthew C.M.E. Church. The original address was 538 West Walnut St. Milwaukee, WI 53211.…