When the church in Buckhead, Arkansas was built in 1855, it was intended to house a church for the First Baptist Church, one of the first Baptist denominations.
But its congregation dwindled in the 20th century, due to the economic downturn and the spread of Christianity across the country.
When a new church was built, it had a different name: The Baptist Episcopal Church of St James.
The name came from the name of the founder, James K. Jowers, who founded the Baptist Episcopal Association in 1845.
However, the church didn’t really grow in the decades that followed.
Its popularity began to decline when a fire destroyed the church’s structure in 1950.
Many of the people who attended church services were burned to death during the fire, and the fire destroyed many of the relics and paintings.
A church fire is considered an act of God.
“We’re very thankful that we can have this beautiful building,” Pastor Mark Jowers told local ABC affiliate WJLA.
“The fact that this is still here is just incredible.”
After the fire was extinguished, the congregation began to rebuild the building, but it wasn’t until the 1980s that the congregation was able to rebuild it.
The building has a history of serving as a community meeting place for many of Buckhead’s small businesses, and it serves as a reminder of Buckheads community’s past and its future.
It’s not a typical church, but many of its members say the church has a special place in their hearts.
The Rev. David Darnell, a pastor at the Buckhead Baptist Church of Jesus, told local reporters that he’s proud of his congregation for the way they rebuilt the church.
“I don’t think it’s a small church, because there’s a lot of churches here,” he said.
“There’s a very large congregation here.
It doesn’t matter how small, if we can bring people together in a community, we’re happy to do that.”
Pastor Jowers said he believes the church will be able to be rebuilt as the city continues to rebuild.
The Buckhead Church of Christ will be built as part of the Bucktown Arts Festival, which is set to take place from November 9 to November 12.
The festival, which will take place at the former Buckhead National Bank building, is part of a year-long theme of arts and crafts, arts and entertainment and social activities in the city.
According to the city of Bucktown, the city will be hosting an exhibit at the event, with exhibits ranging from paintings to sculptures to the story of the Bible.
Bucktown, Arkansas, is known as a place that has an interesting history, as evidenced by the fact that it is named for a city in the area, but the BuckTown Arts Festival will highlight the city’s history.