Hay Street United Methodist Church

Founded in 1832 and famous for its stained glass windows, which feature the rare "Robing Glass" technique, a process in which the folds of the figures’ robes are actually blown into the glass. The creation of such "robing" is now a lost art.

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Religious Freedom Trail

Experience 130 miles of rich religious history, featuring landmark churches, historical markers, all complete with audio tours.

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Crown Center

With 10,800 seats and 100,000 sq. ft of meeting space under one roof, the Crown Center is an ideal facility for a religious conference.

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Every Street is Church Street

Freedom of religion is something we don’t take for granted in Fayetteville. With an average of 7.3 religious buildings per square mile, our diverse spiritual heritage is apparent. Plus, here you’ll find some of North Carolina’s oldest and most historic churches, for the Greater Fayetteville area boasts more than 40 churches that are at least 100 years old or older. Read More

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NC State Wrestling Championships Feb 24 in Fayetteville




 

The North Carolina Wrestling Association for Youth (NCWAY) State Championships return to the Crown Complex Arena on February 24th. 

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Chagall Exhibit’s First U.S. Show in Fayetteville (NC)




 

“The Story of Exodus,” a series of 24 lithographs by Marc Chagall is on display at the David McCune International Art Gallery at Methodist University now through April 6.  The exhibit, organized by The Art Company of Pesaro, Italy, traveled to the United States from a private collection in Italy. According to Silvana Foti, Executive Director of the gallery, the Methodist show marks the first time the lithographs have been displayed in the...

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