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Galilee Missionary Baptist Church

  Texas Historical Markers
300 East Willow Street, Sanger, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 33° 21' 33.2964", -97° 10' 1.1676"
    Texas State
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    (Marker text pending - Marker recently dedicated in a ceremony at the Galilee Missionary Baptist Church in Sanger, Texas.)

This page last updated: 8/30/2009

StoppingPoints.com Editorial on Galilee Missionary Baptist Church:
Phone: (940) 458-4370‎

Historic timeline of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, Sanger, TX:
1882 Sanger founded.

1909 - Galilee Missionary Church founded at the farm of John W. & Eliza McCarty, south of Sanger.

1910 - New church was built at 300 East Willow Streeet, which also doubled as a school.

1920s - Women of the congregation raised money to buy a bell for $15.

1957 - A larger building was built in place of the original building.

1970 - The bell was repaired after being inactive for years due to a broken mount.

1998 - The Rev. Reginald Logan became pastor; the current structure replaced the one built in 1957.

2009 - 100-year anniversary with the bell still ringing.

Galilee Missionary Baptist Church Historical Marker Location Map, Sanger, Texas

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