About

We have a vision

We want you to learn more about us. The Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church educates, challenges, and inspires the visitors. We want to preserve our local and national history.

tuskegee Airman, Macedonia, Missionary, Baptist, Church, Ohio
Mr. Earl Rudisill received the Congressional Gold Medal Of Honor. He was a veteran of the Air Force and part of the "Tuskegee Airmen"

Mission

The Concerned Citizens of Burlington, Ohio has a notable growing Historical Exhibit. We want to preserve our local and national history.

Margaret Peoples, historic, macedonia, missionary, baptist, church, homecoming day
This was homecoming day at the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church. Homecoming is a celebration of family and friends.

Vision

The rich HISTORY of the MACEDONIA MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH is vital and shall be preserved. History plays a vital role in our everyday lives

historic, macedonia, missionary, baptist, church, National Register of Historic Places, South Point, Ohio,
In 1978, Macedonia Baptist Church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, because of its historically important place in local history.

Purpose

The Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church is one of the oldest institutions in the USA. Benefits of the history of this institution are to educate.

The information necessary to acquire tax-exempt status is three officials.

Mail all correspondence to;

Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church

Box 805

South Point Ohio 45680

Attention: Stephen L. Burcham, CPA

Cal Vinson, Chairperson

Charles Linthicum, Trustee

Willene Ingram, Secretary

Calvin L. Vinson – Church member and Trustee Chairman

107 Moorefield Place

Scott Depot, WV 25560

Charles Linthicum – Trustee

55 Township Road 1101E

Burlington, Ohio 45680

Willene H. Ingram – Secretary

107 Moorefield Place

Scott Depot WV 25560

The Church Is A Registered National Historic Site

historic, macedonia, missionary, baptist, church, National Register of Historic Places, South Point, Ohio,
In 1978, Macedonia Baptist Church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, because of its historic importance in local history.

A brief explanation as to how we will determine the feasibility of building and financing of a museum to house the history of Black Americans and their descendants’ survival of slavery from 1810 until 1946 in southern Ohio. We will raise money from grants, contributions from individuals, and participation from corporate America. We need tax-exempt status as a tool to assist with the study and the erection, and custody of such an enterprise. America needs to know what the world community has some knowledge of. How did all own their home and land? How did they educate their children? Who donated the burial and school sites? How was the teacher paid? How did we survive?

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