A collection of Baptist newspaper titles published within North Carolina made available via DigitalNC.org. Issues date from 1857.
Audio recordings containing presentations by prominent Southern Baptist pastors and church representatives at a number of evangelical conferences and annual meetings of the Convention in North Carolina from 1957-1980.
The official journal of the North Carolina Baptist State Convention, reflecting the history of Baptist life and culture in North Carolina since 1834.
Digital reproductions of books and pamphlets held in the Special Collections & Archives of Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University.
This collection features a digitized typescript of The Home Story Of A Walking Stick: Early History of the Biblical Recorder and Baptist Church in New Bern, North Carolina Told in Every Day Talk by John D. Whitford
Ephemeral materials related to churches or associations that are associated with Baptist communities of North Carolina and surrounding areas.
This collection contains material on 118 digitized manuscript church records, selected from our NC Baptist Historical Collection. The majority of the N.C. Baptist Church Records contain minutes of meetings, membership lists, and financial records.
Finding aids and inventories of church records in the Department of Special Collections & Archives.
A collaborative project regarding religious bodies in North Carolina via the Internet Archive. It includes church histories, periodicals, clergy biographies, cookbooks, event programs, directories, and more.
Reverend Harold L. McKinnsh served as pastor or interim pastor at 10 different Baptist churches in North and South Carolina. He delivered thousands of sermons, conducted more than 1,100 funerals and preached at more than 400 revivals across 12 states.
Weekly newspaper published by the Asheville Baptist Publishing Company
Ephemeral materials related to individuals associated with Wake Forest University and/or Baptist communities of North Carolina.
Newspaper of the Wilson Primitive Baptist Church available online via DigitalNC.org