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St. Paul Milestones

 

1870-St. Paul Church is formed, becoming the first African-American religious congregation in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

1873-The Church becomes affiliated with the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church.

1877-Named after a devoted worker, the Margaret Hazel Missionary Society is organized.
 
1921-The current church building is purchased by Rev. C. B. Lawyer.

1974-Named after the second pastor of St. Paul Church, The Henry Buckner School is instituted.

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Honoring the founder of the AME Church, Austin Street is renamed Bishop Richard Allen Drive.

1988-
A nearby building (formerly housing a local bowling alley) is purchased and converted into the Christian Life Center (CLC).

1998-The Christian Life Center auditorium is renovated and named The LeRoy Attles, Sr. Auditorium.

1999-
St. Paul Church membership grows to more than 1,500 congregants.

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St. Paul Church completely renovates its sanctuary, social hall and kitchen.

2002-
St. Paul launches a landmark capital campaign to accomplish the early retirement of its CLC mortgage.

2005-
With an October mortgage burning ceremony, St. Paul completes a landmark capital campaign to accomplish the early retirement of its CLC mortgage.

2009-
June - St. Paul marks the conclusion of the longest pastoral tenure in its history, celebrating Rev. Dr. LeRoy Attles' 32 years of faithful, dedicated and visionary ministry at St. Paul.

2009-
June - St. Paul welcomes its new pastor, Reverend Marcellus A. Norris.

2012-
January - St. Paul welcomes its new pastor, Reverend Melvin E. Wilson.

2013 November - St. Paul welcomes its new pastor, Reverend Ellis I. Washington.