Our history is rich and diverse. Erin Borders recently completed a documentary series that tells our story. We invite to watch and learn about the past, present and future of Wheat Street. As you watch these stories we invite you to join us to write the next chapter of our history. Something special is happening at Wheat Street as we look back in order to move forward. We are experiencing a revival in this Sankofa moment.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
18 Williams Holmes Borders Drive,
Atlanta, GA 30312
9:15am – 10:15am - The Church in Study
10:15am – 10:30am - The Prayer and Praise Period
10:30 am - The Call to Worship
Reverend J. Raymond Henderson
Therefore, in 1930 God commanded a man to go to Wheat Street to see what he could do to help. that man was Reverend J. Raymond Henderson, our fourth pastor who served for seven (7) years. He saved many souls, raised eighteen thousand and five hundred dollars ($18,500.00), and cleared the church of debt. Reverend Henderson saw another vision and another vineyard with another flock of God and in 1937 tendered his resignation. Again, Wheat Street was left without a shepherd and began to search for another pastor.