Barbara Hamm Lee Opens the Fall Gala

Rev. Dr. Reginald F. Davis, Pastor of First Baptist Church

Special Presentation by LFRF President Harshaw

President Cliff Fleet, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Tenor Purvis Blake Opens with "Make Them Hear You"

Mr. Keith David, Actor & Activist

Peter White Band

VIP Red Carpet Photo Shoot

Worthy of Preservation

We will preserve, conserve and protect the First Baptist Church historic building, objects, landscapes or other artifacts of historical significance.  We will work with our partners in the community to understand and educate everyone about our past.  We will endeavor to spark a continuing conversation that looks at our history in different ways, asking ourselves questions about what is important in our history.  This is an important way for us to transmit our understanding of the past to future generations.  Historic preservation helps us to tell the stories of our past, celebrating events, people, places, and ideas that we are proud of; other times it involves recognizing moments in our history that can be painful or uncomfortable to remember. It is important to understand and share our place in the history of Williamsburg and the nation.

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Upcoming Events

Sun 2/19/23

Black History Month Program

Sunday, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

The Let Freedom Ring Foundation has been invited to show the documentary, "History Half Told is Untold" -...

Sun 2/19/23

2023 Cultural Heritage Series

Sunday, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Celebrating 2023 Cultural Heritage Series in Honor of Black History Month

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