churches

Coding and community with Girls Who Code

By Lindsay Carbonell

October 20, 2015

The Girls Who Code meeting didn’t start with a screen saturated with lines of code, a discussion of Python, or a lesson scrawled on a white board. It began with a story.

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Angier Ave. Baptist has a storied past

By Jock Lauterer

November 6, 2009

By Carlton Kooce NCCU Staff Writer the Durham VOICE thedurhamvoice@gmail.com Stop a local at the corner of Angier Avenue and South Driver Street in Northeast Central Durham and ask about the large three story brick church on the corner. What you’ll find out is that it’s a“ mostly white” church that has been in the […]

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Church organizes Halloween alternative

By Jock Lauterer

By Erica Smith NCCU Staff Writer the Durham VOICE thedurhamvoice@gmail.com About 50 children and adults celebrated an alternative Halloween at Saint Joseph’s African Methodist Episcopal Church on Saturday evening. The dining hall was filled with children and adults eating chili dogs, coleslaw, potato chips, popcorn, and cotton candy. Despite the festive atmosphere, a banner hanging […]

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Mitchell bringing change to Mt. Gilead Baptist Church

By Jock Lauterer

November 5, 2009

By David L. Fitts, Jr. NCCU Staff Writer the Durham VOICE thedurhamvoice@gmail.com In May, the Rev. Dr. David D. Mitchell ended Mt. Gilead Baptist Church’s two year search for a leader. Coming from Rhode Island, the Thomasville, Georgia native hopes to inspire Mt. Gilead’s congregation and involve the church in its Northeast Central Durham community. […]

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Local church builds home for veteran custodian

By Jock Lauterer

September 24, 2009

by Emily Kennard UNC Co-Editor the Durham Voice When Robert Daye, the custodian at First Presbyterian Church, 305 E. Main St., finishes his day at work, he doesn’t leave the church – he lives there. But soon Daye will have his own house to call home. Church members and staff, in collaboration with Habitat for […]

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