MARCH 27TH-- WEDNESDAY
Lenten Service at First African Baptist Church in Goldsboro. Every Wednesday during Lent, the churches of Goldsboro have services at different churches, black and white. This one was at a black church which was formed from Mom's First Baptist and is getting ready to commemorate their 150th anniversary.
Afterwards there was an excellent lunch served. I had a talk with one of the board members who was also on the Waynesborough Commission about the possiblity of saving Goldsboro's Rosenwald School and movong it to Waynesborough. Rosenwald Schools were built throughout the South for the education of blacks, something that was sadly lacking in the early 1900s.
Aftrerwards, got to meet my Aunt Louise and cousin Joe.
MARCH 28TH-- THURSDAY
Went to the Goldsboro First Baptist Church's Fellowship dinner and afterwards to Maundy Service marking the Last Supper. Quite sad when they stripped the sanctuary of its religious items.
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