The Art of Worship 

“First Congo” celebrates 150 years of eclectic and progressive service to Memphis.

Its full name is First Congregational United Church of Christ, but nobody in Memphis ever calls it that. "First Congo" isn't the city's oldest church or its largest. It doesn't boast the fanciest architecture or the wealthiest congregation. But between its nascent…

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