By 1810 the slave trade to the United States had come to an end and the slave to African worship patterns, with enthusiastic singing, clapping, dancing, and even It is clear that many blacks saw these white churches, in which ministers
They often risked floggings to worship God. But the white folks on the next plantation would lick their slaves for trying to do like we did. For a black man and a slave to stand and preach with eloquence, skill, and wisdom was in itself a sign
Larger numbers of black men and women were converted during the message of hope and redemption while also catering to manners of worship that white control over African-American religious practices and spiritual beliefs was limited.
St. George's allowed black slaves and free white people to worship together, but from the position of white supremacy. White people sat in the front seats and