This church is beautiful inside and should be visited by all outside and local visitors.
The church is a reminder of a terrible tragedy in Birmingham so long ago. I visit each
Good Friday as the pastor of my church along with other local pastors...更多
You may have seen the documentary or the event of the bombing. However there is nothing like seeing history like this first hand. We both were totally overwhelmed as soon as we visited the church. It is a moving experience in civil rights history that...更多
We weren't sure you could enter the church ( the main doors were locked) But the glass doors going into the basement were open. There was a delightful church staff who let us tour the sanctuary. ( check out the sobering model of the Amistad...更多
My family and I came here last week. I had called the previous week and spoken with a very nice woman who said we would be able to join a group at 1pm the day we would be in town. We arrived at the church...更多
Birmingham earned the nickname "bombingham" during the Civil Rights struggle as white supremacist groups frequently bombed locations in African-American neighborhoods. The saddest case was the bombing of this church, which killed four young girls. The tour guides are knowledgeable, there is a good film and...更多