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About the Historic Red Banks
Primitive Baptist Church Project


In May of 2000, the Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church was deeded to the Pitt County Historical Society, Inc., by the five surviving members of the congregation: Alma Hardee Davis, Eula Lee Mills Fornes, Claude Alton Fornes, Clarice Wood Mills, and Howard Franklin Mills. Since then, the Society has replaced the tin roof with wooden shingles and replaced the exterior louvered shutters. The building is currently being used for Society meetings, weddings, concerts and other special events.

   
 
Historic Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church
 

The surviving members of the congregation turn over the church building to the Historical Society in a dedication ceremony.

 

   
 
Dinner on the Grounds is held the first Saturday in June at the Historic Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church.
 
Cemetery on the grounds of Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church