St. Joseph's Episcopal Church is a historic African-American Episcopal parish church complex located at Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina.
Its historic church at Ramsey and Moore Streets was built in 1896. It is a low, shingled, Queen Anne style frame church with English Gothic and Spanish accents. It features a three-part stained glass window, deeply projecting semi-octagonal chancel, and steeply pitched main roof with exposed rafters. Also on the property are the contributing Parish House and Parsonage. It was chartered in 1873, and is the second oldest Episcopal congregation in Fayetteville.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
Operating as usual
Lead by the Holy Spirit and Pastor Ivory Joe Murphy and Lady Patricia Murphy
All Are Welcome! We are an inclusive Episcopal Church in the East Carolina diocese. We're known for our friendliness, our stained glass &our baked ziti!
St. Joseph's Episcopal Church was officially chartered in 1873 and is a historical landmark.
Holy Trinity is an Episcopal church and welcomes you to come join us for Christian worship and fellowship.