Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church


Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church moved to downtown Wilmington about six months ago to the corner of North South (U.S. 68) and Columbus Streets. Of their new facility — a previous location was on Macedonia Road, hence the name — Pastor David Van Hoose said in March, “We’re excited. We’re looking for a great adventure. We want to be a help to the community. We want to be a church that will stand out — to let people know that there is a cause, there is a reason. People are giving up. Our town is drug-infested. People are giving up, and they have no hope. We want to build hope.” For more information, visit the church’s Facebook page.

Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church moved to downtown Wilmington about six months ago to the corner of North South (U.S. 68) and Columbus Streets. Of their new facility — a previous location was on Macedonia Road, hence the name — Pastor David Van Hoose said in March, “We’re excited. We’re looking for a great adventure. We want to be a help to the community. We want to be a church that will stand out — to let people know that there is a cause, there is a reason. People are giving up. Our town is drug-infested. People are giving up, and they have no hope. We want to build hope.” For more information, visit the church’s Facebook page.


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Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church moved to downtown Wilmington about six months ago to the corner of North South (U.S. 68) and Columbus Streets. Of their new facility — a previous location was on Macedonia Road, hence the name — Pastor David Van Hoose said in March, “We’re excited. We’re looking for a great adventure. We want to be a help to the community. We want to be a church that will stand out — to let people know that there is a cause, there is a reason. People are giving up. Our town is drug-infested. People are giving up, and they have no hope. We want to build hope.” For more information, visit the church’s Facebook page.

Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church moved to downtown Wilmington about six months ago to the corner of North South (U.S. 68) and Columbus Streets. Of their new facility — a previous location was on Macedonia Road, hence the name — Pastor David Van Hoose said in March, “We’re excited. We’re looking for a great adventure. We want to be a help to the community. We want to be a church that will stand out — to let people know that there is a cause, there is a reason. People are giving up. Our town is drug-infested. People are giving up, and they have no hope. We want to build hope.” For more information, visit the church’s Facebook page.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/09/web1_macedonia-primitive-baptist-church.jpgMacedonia Primitive Baptist Church moved to downtown Wilmington about six months ago to the corner of North South (U.S. 68) and Columbus Streets. Of their new facility — a previous location was on Macedonia Road, hence the name — Pastor David Van Hoose said in March, “We’re excited. We’re looking for a great adventure. We want to be a help to the community. We want to be a church that will stand out — to let people know that there is a cause, there is a reason. People are giving up. Our town is drug-infested. People are giving up, and they have no hope. We want to build hope.” For more information, visit the church’s Facebook page. News Journal photo