Michigan Street Baptist Church

Michigan Street Baptist Church

511 Michigan Street, Buffalo, NY

 

www.michiganstreetbaptistchurch.org

The Church has been a central part of the history and culture of Buffalo for more than 150 years. The 1845 building became a legendary Underground Railroad station, providing escaped slaves sanctuary before crossing to freedom in Canada. National leaders, including Frederick Douglass and Adam Clayton Powell, Sr. have delivered powerful messages from this sanctuary.

 

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www.michiganstreetbaptistchurch.org  

 

ADMISSION $5/person

OUR SPONSORS

Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor Commission

111 Genesee Street Suite 401

Buffalo, NY 14203

Email: info@michiganstreetbuffalo.org

STATE OF NEW YORK

NEW YORK

POWER AUTHORITY

ERIE COUNTY

CITY OF BUFFALO

NEW YORK STATE GOVERNOR

ANDREW CUOMO

NEW YORK STATE SENATOR

TIMOTHY KENNEDY

ERIE COUNTY EXECUTIVE

MARK POLANCARZ

NYS ASSEMBLYWOMAN

CRYSTAL PEOPLES-STOKES

CITY OF BUFFALO
MAYOR BYRON BROWN

COUNCIL PRESIDENT

DARIUS PRIDGEN

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