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Rehoboth Baptist Church Documents its 150 Year History

Last year, Rehoboth Baptist Church, a venerable Congress Heights institution celebrated its 150th anniversary. The congregation marked the occasion by assembling and organizing its cultural and historical resources. The two year effort resulted in the publication of 150 Years by Faith: History of Rehoboth Baptist Church, Washington, D.C. 1864-2014, a documentary survey of the manuscripts, photographs, and stories the church’s historical committee collected. Written collectively by a group led by Church Historian Merion Kane, and Public Historian Dan Acker, 150

DC Community Heritage Project Grant Workshops

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Your History is Important! Register now to learn about this unique funding opportunity.   The DC Community Heritage Project Grant workshops will be held on April 2nd and April 9th at the Takoma Park Library and the Lamond Riggs Library respectively. Each workshop begins at 6pm and lasts about an hour. The workshop is for anyone interested in preserving the history of Washington, DC’s landmarks, neighborhoods, and cultures. It serves as an opportunity to get to know your history-minded neighbors,

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