Tag Archives: Third Baptist Church

Behind the Scene – “He Believed In the Constitution: Reverend Fields Cook”

Reverend Fields Cook was a man that was well beyond his times on politics and the constitution as it relates to Colored communities. He was not the type of person that overlooked an opportunity. He looked opportunity in the face … Continue reading

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The Military Made My Life Better: Sergeant Donald L. Taylor

Behind the scenes of the Alexandria Gazette Packet’s article on, “The Military Made My Life Better: Sergeant Donald L. Taylor,” November 7, 2019. When the military came knocking, Mr. Donald L. Taylor stepped up to the plate to serve his … Continue reading

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Reverend George W. Parker

In celebration of the end of the Civil War, this first blog will be on Reverend George W. Parker. He was the first documented pastor of “Third Baptist Church” in Alexandria, Virginia. Reverend George (Geo) W. Parker had many careers … Continue reading

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