Place Category: Churches
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church is the oldest predominantly Black Church in Mesa. It began as a mission with the leadership coming from missionaries who commuted several miles each week. The first meeting place was under a tree in the front yard of the late Clara McPherson (wife and mother of the first black family to reside in Mesa). In 1918, the late Reverend J.B. Bell organized the mission into a formal church. These early members gave the church the name it bears Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. From this humble beginning, Mt. Calvary had six known Pastors.
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