Our Places of Worship

This page is an outgrowth of "Our Old Stomping Grounds". As so much of the material on this web site is concerned with old memories,
it was only a natural to include them. While at first I had intended to only cover the "old historic buildings", it becomes increasingly difficult to draw the line.
Therefore, no such line exists, other than the fact that either the building, the congregation, or both must have existed between 1955 and 1972.

NOTE: If you do not see your own House of Worship listed herein, I intended no slight. Please email me at NNHS65@yahoo.com,
and I shall be delighted to include it. I will create and post them all as quickly as I am able. In addition, your images and memories are earnestly solicited. Thanks!

- Carol Buckley Harty ('65) of VA - 01/01/04

Daily Press, Saturday, October 15, 1960
- Bill Sasser (HHS - '61) of VA - 08/08/17
Thanks so much, Bill!

  Adath Jeshurun Synagogue     Active
04/27/08 Bethany Gospel Chapel   ??? Active - Different Building
08/14/16 Calvary Baptist Church 4700 Huntington Avenue   Active - Same Building
08/21/12 Chestnut Avenue Methodist Church 2500 Chestnut Avenue NOW - St. Paul AME Church Active - Different Building
01/01/04 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1510 Todds Lane, Hampton   Active - Same Building Plus Several Others
11/16/04 First Baptist Church 29th Street and Washington Avenue Sitting Empty Active - Different Building
03/25/08 First Congregational Christian Church 23rd Street and Roanoke Avenue ??? ???
06/11/06 First Presbyterian Church 32nd Street   Inactive
05/12/08 Gospel Tabernacle 600 block, 32nd Street ??? ???
07/27/06 Grace Baptist Church Roanoke Avenue? ??? ???
03/25/10 Hilton Baptist Church 101 Main Street (Northwest Corner of Warwick Boulevard and Main Street)   Active - Different Building
12/14/08 Huntington Mennonite Church


3608 Huntington Avenue   MOVED
01/01/04 Ivy Memorial Baptist Church Maple Avenue and Villa Place   Active - Different Building
03/06/12 Messiah Baptist Church 1152 24th Street   Active - Same Building
01/10/08 Noland Memorial Methodist Church 5501 Huntington Avenue   Active - Same Building
09/16/09 North Riverside Baptist Church 311 Selden Road   Active - Same Building
04/16/11 Northside Church of Christ 1300 George Washington Memorial Highway, Yorktown   Active as Northside Christian Church
06/21/06 Orcutt Avenue Baptist Church Orcutt Avenue   Active - Different Building
09/17/15 Parkview Baptist Church 604 Hilton Boulevard   Active - Same Building
08/16/07 Parkview Church of God 1116 Briarfield Road   Active - Same Building
05/09/08 Parkview Presbyterian Church Corner of Temple Lane and Ellen Road; LATER in Birdella Estates on Roanoke Avenue   Inactive
09/07/04 Parkview United Methodist Church 912 Briarfield Road   Active
02/10/11 Riverside Baptist Church 7409 River Road   Active - Same Building
02/05/07 Rodef Sholom Temple 318 Whealton Road, Hampton   Active - Same Building
02/03/10 Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church West Avenue Sitting Empty Active - Different Building
  Second Presbyterian Church   NOW Active - Different Building: 201 Menchville Road, NN, VA 23602
  Seventh-Day Adventist Church 3400 Kecoughtan Road, Hampton   Active - Same Building
02/17/06 St. Paul's Episcopal Church 221 - 34th Street   Active - Same Building
03/14/04 St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church 230 - 33rd Street   Active - Same Building
09/16/09 Tabernacle Baptist Church 649 - 30th Street - NOW -
401 Lucas Creek Road
NOW - First Baptist Church East End Active - Different Building
11/14/10 Temple Baptist Church     Active - Different Building
01/02/04 Temple Sinai     Active
10/01/04 Trinity Lutheran Church 6807 Huntington Avenue   Active - Same Building
02/27/17 Trinity Methodist Church 228 - 29th Street   Active - Same Building
04/16/11 24th Street Church of Christ 24th Street   Active - Different Building
12/14/08 Warwick River Mennonite Church


03/13/05 Westhampton Baptist Church 631 Aberdeen Road, Hpt.   Active

I attended Ivy Memorial Baptist when I was a teenager and have wonderful memories of that church and the people there.

- Jean Poole Burton ('64) of RI - 02/20/03
Thanks, Jean!

Just an update on Riverside Baptist Church on River Road. 
This beautiful church and its people are very much alive and active.

Jerry and I began attending when we moved back to NN 5 years ago. 
We reconnected with some Typhoons there, too. 
Larry Puckett ('63) and Dianne Adams Puckett ('65) and their wonderful family are there. 
Carolyn Webb Goss ('65) was playing the piano ( surprise) and a long time member
until relocating recently to either Suffolk or Smithfield--Memory a little clouded.

- Judy Phillips Allen ('66) of VA - 07/21/04
Thanks, Judy!

http://www.dailypress.com/news/dp-news-religionlinks.htmlstory - 04/18/04








Every Sperm Is Sacred

- Monty Python

There are Jews in the world, there are Buddhists
There are Hindus, and Mormons, and then
There are those that follow Mohammed but
I've never been one of them.

I'm a Roman Catholic
And have been since before I were born
And the one thing they say about Catholics is
They'll take you as soon as you're warm

You don't have to be a six footer
You don't have to have a great brain
You don't have to have any clothes on
You're a Catholic the moment Dad came

Every sperm is sacred
Every sperm is great
If a sperm is wasted
God gets quite irate

Every sperm is sacred
Every sperm is great
If a sperm is wasted
God gets quite irate

Let the heathen spill theirs
On the dusty ground
God shall make them pay
For each sperm that can't be found

Every sperm is wanted
Every sperm is good
Every sperm is needed
In your neighborhood

Hindu, Taoist, Mormon
Spill theirs just anywhere
But God loves those who treat their
Semen with more care

Every sperm is sacred
Every sperm is great
If a sperm is wasted
God gets quite irate

Every sperm is sacred
Every sperm is good
Every sperm is needed
In your neighborhood

Every sperm is useful
Every sperm is fine
God needs everybody's
Mine, and mine, and mine

Let the pagans spill theirs
O'er mountain, hill and plain
God shall strike them down for
Each sperm that's spilt in vain

Every sperm is sacred
Every sperm is good
Every sperm is needed
In your neighborhood

Every sperm is sacred
Every sperm is great
If a sperm is wasted
God gets quite irate

(This page was created on 01/01/04.)

Page redesigned at the suggestion of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 02/23/04
Thanks, Dave!

Praying Hands clip art courtesy of http://clipart.christiansunite.com/Praying_Hands_Clipart/ - 01/01/04

The totally OUTRAGEOUS "Every Sperm Is Sacred" is given at the suggestion of my son, Nathaniel Harty of IL - 01/03/04

Lyrics courtesy of http://www.lyricsdownload.com/cgi-bin/frames.cgi?http://www.lyricsdownload.com/python-monty-every-sperm-is-sacred-lyrics.html

Ummmmm, thanks, Nathaniel - I think!

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