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Historic Zion Baptist Church
Atlanta
Zion Baptist Church was organized April 8, 1866 with Reverend Ephraim B. Rucker as Pastor. Two week later, the first Sunday school was organized. The present brick structure was erected under the leadership of Zion's third pastor, Rev. C. G. Holmes.
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