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FreedomCon 2024 – Hope Chapel – the Oldest African American Church in the Mohawk Valley of NYS

July 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

FreedomCon Graphic 2024Be part of the cutting edge community – gather from the convenience of your own home via zoom on the 4th Saturday of each month, January through October 2024, from 2pm-3pm for an enriching presentation and conversation about UGRR history and its contemporary relevance.

Full details are available HERE. Online and a paper registration forms are available for your convenience.

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Recordings of the presentation will be available to all registrants for one month following the presentation.

Registration for a next day presentation closes at 5pm on the Friday before the presentation.


July 27 – Hope Chapel – the Oldest African American Church in the Mohawk Valley of NYS

Presented by Deidre Sinnott, novelist, filmmaker, historian and social change advocate. 

Learn about Hope Chapel whose roots started with the First Presbyterian Church and the Sabbath School movement in the 1810s. 2023 is the 175th anniversary of Hope Chapel  A.M.E. Zion as it is now known. Hope Chapel is one of the places designated as an UGRR site by the Ft. Stanwix Underground Railroad Project, headed by Dr. Judith Wellman.

Click to learn more and to register for this virtual presentation.


July 27
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Virtual via Zoom
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