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Paul Missionary Baptist Church (Need More Missionary Baptist Church), St. From the very beginning, Christianity played a vital role in the Plummer family and the lives of families in the Douglass Community due to William Rush-Plummer's vision.In 1900, William Rush Plummer and his associates had a vision that a church was needed for the community.Today the Plummer family seldom uses the name Rush, unless historical matters are being discussed.The Plummer family’s official last name, although it may not show up on their birth certificates is Rush-Plummer. Fluker-Campbell, (Pastor Maggie Campbell) is the great-great granddaughter of William Rush-Plummer and the granddaughter of Plummer's daughter, Evangelist Maggie Plummer-Trout whose husband was Willie Trout Sr.Douglass is a community on the north side of Memphis, Tennessee. William Rush-Plummer was ordained in his young adult years and began to develop the land now known as the Douglass Community in Memphis, Tennessee after his family was released from slavery (see 40 acres (160,000 m) and a mule).
Plummer served as the church’s first official pastor. The church moved in 1905 to its present location at 1543 Brookins Street. In 1935, the School burned to the ground and once again, St. Ferguson permitted the school to hold classes under the leadership of Mrs. Lucky Sharpe until the new school was built the following year. Paul was, also, used as a social center for feeding the poor. Paul Missionary Baptist Church for 60 years until his death on April 16, 1991.Evangelist Maggie Plummer insisted on the day Pastor Maggie Campbell was born that she be named after her.Harry Davis was elected as Pastor, on the first Sunday in July in 1991 and is currently the Pastor. Church under the direction of Harry Davis and is a landmark in the “Historic Douglass Community.” Over the years, through several generations, the name ‘Rush’ began to fade.Under his leadership, St Paul Missionary Baptist Church, was re-documented under the name of St. New generations unaware of the family’s history simply stopped using the full last name in the mid 1900s.
He was the only son of a white slave master, William Rush Sr. He began opening many churches on his land including St. Charles MB Church and at least three other local churches that were later sold to local Pastors and their congregations.
He turned his land into a community and name it after Fredrick Douglass, a man he had come to befriend and admire.