On May 16th at 10:00 am, we will gather in Southeast Raleigh and walk through the College Park neighborhood that is rich with African American history. Along the way we will visit historic landmarks such as St. Augustine’s University Historic Chapel, St. Agnes Hospital ruins, Delany House, Weaver House, the O’Rourke Cemetery and we will end at the Southeast Raleigh Table “parsonage”, home of Rev. Lisa Yebuah for lunch. Along the way, we will take on a prayerful posture, learn the history of social, racial and historical significance in North Carolina and Raleigh, and we will discuss how to be “incarnational” in a neighborhood.
If you would like to join us, please let us know so we will know how many people to expect for the meal. Click here to indicate your desire to participate.
Parking is available at:
Wesleyan First Church of Deliverance, 1201 Boyer St. in Raleigh, they have a parking lot on Boyer Street and they also have a small parking lot on the Pettigrew Street side of the church. Parking is also available on the street along Pettigrew and Boyer Streets.