First Pentecostal Holiness Church, Goldsboro
A simple unadorned bronze plaque commemorates the 75th anniversary of the First Pentecostal Holiness Church. It is attached to a support column for stairs leading to the front entrance of the Wayne County Courthouse.
ON THIS COURTHOUSE SQUARE NOVEMBER 1, 1898, THE / FIRST PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH CONGREGATION / WAS ORGANIZED WITH NINE CHARTER MEMBERS. J.J. STREET W.H. HUGGANS / I.L. PURYER MR. & MRS. E.L. TALTON / MRS. LIZZIE CRONE MRS. TEMPIE SPENCE / MRS. MARY PATE TOM BRAFFORD / THIS PLAQUE PLACED IN COMMEMORATION OF THE / 75TH DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY OF THE PENTECOSTAL / HOLINESS CHURCH. / NOVEMBER 4, 1973
November 4, 1973
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The plaque is attached to the left support column for stairs leading to the front entrance of the Wayne County Courthouse, at 224 East Walnut Street, Goldsboro, NC. The World War I Doughboy Statue and John Lawson memorial stand in front of the courthouse building. Across East Walnut Street is the Wayne County Veterans Memorial complex which includes the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Veterans Memorial and the Wayne County Vietnam War Memorial.
The courthouse is surrounded by mature trees and seasonal plantings.