The cornerstone on this church, located at 301 South Tate Street reads, "Greensboro Primitive Baptist Church, 1907-1953." No other adornments or signs of church activity can be found. Nor does the church have a website. We did find an article where the memorial service for Kenneth L. Adams, Jr. was held there on May 6th 2010, indicating that some events take place on the property. Also there is an article about primitive baptists in early America in which Elder W. Currie King, pastor of this church in the late 1920's and early 1930's, is quoted (here). Other than those two references, information is scarce.
The church is sitting on prime real estate as it is located just up the street from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a street west of Greensboro College. The property is well maintained and the windows are almost-opaque stained glass and in good shape. We offer the church as one of our Sacred Sunday photos and in the hopes that someone can tell us a little more about the history of Greensboro Primitive Baptist.