National Primitive Baptist Convention, Inc.
6433 Hidden Forest Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28213
Throughout the years of slavery and the Civil War, the Negro population of the South worshipped with the white population in their various churches. At the time of emancipation, their white brethren helped them establish their own churches, granting them letters of fellowship, ordaining their deacons and ministers and helping them in other ways.
The doctrine and polity of this body are quite similar to that of white Primitive Baptists, yet there are local associations and a national convention, organized in 1907.
Each church is independent and receives and controls its own membership. This body was formerly known as Colored Primitive Baptists.