Fayette County

October 27, 2013 7:58 PM

Lexington civil rights pioneer credits church for his many successes

On Sunday, Charles H. Smith, 82, helped celebrate 117 years of storied history of one of Lexington's oldest black churches. He has a storied history, too, as a civil rights pioneer and pastor, but he says, "everything I've ever done started here at Shiloh" Baptist.

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