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 1325 Old Walker Chapel Rd , Fultondale, AL, US, 35068

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»Shady Grove Baptist Church

Located in Collegeville, Shady Grove Baptist Church is a historic landmark in Birmingham. Established in 1958, it has been committed to a Christ-centered and Bible-based worship, alongside community outreach. The church building is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.

3444 31st Way North
Birmingham, AL 35207

»Bethel Baptist Church

Bethel Baptist Church was first organised in 1907 under the leadership of Reverend P. M. Johnson. A man of vision, he then built the church edifice in 1926. The church became the center for the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights for 5 years in 1956 and was later an active member of the Civil Rights Movement, taking legal action against all kinds of racial discrimination that it witnessed. It also played a crucial role in the 1961 freedom ride. The church was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2005. Today, the church runs an active congregation with various cultural and religious events that cater to its community.

3200 28th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35207

»St. Luke AME Church

St. Luke AME Church is an African Methodist Episcopal Church located a short distance north of the city center. It was established in the early 1900s with the construction of the church building being completed in 1926. It holds engaging worship and services, and played a significant role in the Civil Rights Movement. This historic landmark is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.

2801 21st Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35234

»St. Luke AME Zion Church

Located a short distance from Birmingham's city center, St. Luke AME Zion Church is an African Methodist Episcopal church of historical significance. Established in 1962, it is renowned for its key role in the Civil Rights Movement. It organizes Christ-centered worship and services in a welcoming atmosphere. The church building is designed in a Gothic Revival style of architecture and features on the National Register of Historic Places.

3937 12th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35234

»A Cab (Alabama Cab Company)

Hire a taxi in Alabama with comfortable vehicles available keeping in mind the clients safety. Alabama Cab company provides taxi services for local transit as well as for day tour. You can pay in advance and book the taxi service with knowledgeable drivers, fully licensed and insured. Call for the office timings and other related information.

1108 Suncrest Lane
Birmingham, AL 35215

»First Baptist Kingston

First Baptist Kingston is a Christian congregation in the Birmingham. Established in 1961, it features on the National Register of Historic Places. This landmark structure is replete with beautiful architecture including an arched facade, large cross and lush gardens. The parish plays an active role in the spiritual growth of the community with its services and ministries.

4240 9th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35212

»BJCC Arena

With seating for over 19,000, the BJCC Arena is nothing short of impressive. The arena has an open-beam ceiling, making it an ideal venue for major events like the Southeastern Conference, Sunbelt Conference and NCAA's Mens' Football Tournament. Top artists hold concerts at this arena, and events like the Barnum & Bailey Circus have even made cameos here. Home to the Birmingham Steeldogs, the BJCC Arena is equipped with lighting, sound, scoreboard, video production and telecommunication facilities.

2100 Richard Arrington Boulevard North
Birmingham, AL 35203

»BJCC South Exhibition Hall

Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex, this exhibition hall is all of 20,000 sq feet in size making it a huge space for conducting trade fairs and exhibitions. This facility has the capacity of meeting International as well as National Trade Fair and Exhibition requirements. The BJCC Exhibition Halls are well equipped with all the latest amenities and catering is also provided for events held here.

2100 Richard Arrington Junior Boulevard North
Birmingham, AL 35203

»BJCC East Exhibition Hall

The BJCC East Exhibition Hall is a 95,800 square foot exhibition hall that accommodates 1,100 booths. This hall is one of the favored places in Birmingham to hold national and regional conventions and trade shows. This expansive space, located in the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, is well-suited for receptions, cocktail parties, and buffets in the beautiful lounge area overlooking the exhibition hall. Fully equipped with electricity and water connections, internet, and lighting, the place meets all the requirements of the exhibitors.

2100 Richard Arrington Boulevard North
Birmingham, AL 35203

»New Bethel Baptist Church

Located a short distance from the city center, New Bethel Baptist Church is a congregation of like-minded Christians. The church building is an iconic local landmark and their services are Bible based and Christ centered. In addition to weekly services, they organize ministry groups and missionaries for community outreach.

222 47th Street South
Birmingham, AL 35222

»New Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church

New Rising Star shines bright in the eastern region of Birmingham. Established in 1963, this Missionary Baptist Church has been led by four generations of pastors. Their dynamic worship and interactive services are organized weekly on Sundays and Wednesdays. Members can participate in ministries like music, youth, health and wellness. The church is also home to the Christian Family Life Center.

7400 London Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35206

»Cathedral Church of the Advent

Cathedral Church of the Advent is one of the largest Episcopal churches in the country. A significant congregation in the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama, its establishment dates back to the foundation of the city in 1872. The structure exemplifies opulent Gothic architecture replete with a sandstone facade, bell tower of fifteen bells and stained-glass panels. Music is given a special emphasis at this parish with their renowned music program and award-winning choir. The cathedral is a feature on the National Register of Historic Places.

2017 Sixth Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
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