Black History Tour

Brown Chapel AME Church – Central Northside

Your Experience:

You will hear storytelling of famous Hymnal musicians, plus our Daniel’s Den story and light refreshments of the African American culture, plus learn more about he development and community outreach that Brown Chapel has done.

Building Description:

Organized in 1837-38 and the second AME congregation. The current Gothic Revival church was built in 1903 to accommodate the expanding congregation. The church has sustained based on the Founders mission, endured struggles during times of discrimination and realized the importance of the contributions of Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Founder, Bishop Richard Allen's mission, endured struggles during times of discrimination, implemented the important contributions of Rev. Dr. Martin Luthet King Jr. And the Clarion Call to Spread the Gospel, in order to help the lost, needy and destitute within the Pittsburgh community.