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Old Birmingham Church aims for joyful noise as gospel center

Posted on May 3, 2013 at 2:55 pm

Pigeons fly in and out of a nest from a hole high above the choir stand in the sanctuary. The nearly 90-year-old building remains quiet apart from the echoed sounds of birds rustling deep within the walls, but the disrepair and signs of age seem invisible to Creig Hoskins and Constance Moore as they walk through the former McCoy United Methodist Church with flashlights, pointing to the stained glass, wood floors and wood-beamed, gabled ceilings.