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Holy Trinity Lutheran Church



On the corner of Brooks And Clark Ave.

Some information from their official web site states that:

In 1953 the present church site at Brooks and Clark was purchased from North Carolina State College. To accommodate a membership that had outgrown the original building, plans for construction of an educational building and student center were begun. The first service in the newly completed building was on December 2, 1956.


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