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  • 201 Chalfont St.
    Pittsburgh, PA 15210
  • Category: Landmarks
  • Sub-Category: African American History Guide
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Beulah Baptist Church

Brief History

Organized in 1901, the congregation built a wood-frame church in 1911 to provide moral, social and spiritual leadership to blacks in the area. A fire in 1946 destroyed the building, and a new church was built the next year. At its height in the 1940s and 1950s, the congregation included 125 members, but has since dwindled considerably.