Salem Baptist Church

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For the Salem Baptist Church in Chicago, see Salem Baptist Church (Chicago, Illinois).
For the Salem Baptist Church in Richmond, London, see Kew Baptist Church.

Salem Baptist Church is located at 3131 Lake Street in north Omaha, Nebraska, United States. Founded in 1922, it has played important roles in the history of African Americans in Omaha, and in the city's religious community.[1] Church leadership has impacted the city in a variety of ways, with long-time pastor Rev. J.C. Wade being recognized in the Congressional Record in 2000, and having an area post office named after him.[2]

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  1. ^ "Our history," Salem Baptist Church. Retrieved 7/15/10.
  2. ^ (2000) Congressional Record, Volume 146, Part 12. Government Printing Office. p. 17144.

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Coordinates: 41°16′51″N 95°57′31″W / 41.28083°N 95.95861°W / 41.28083; -95.95861