The Melchor Quick Meeting House (MQMH) is a place for spiritual, cultural, civic, and educational enrichment. We are supported by contributions from people who share our goals and those who rent the Melchor-Quick Meeting House for purposes aligned with our vision.
Our mission is to provide a place that honors the memory of African Americans in Fayetteville, NC, while fostering the preservation of African American history and culture, and the exploration of ethical values and practices, in the physical and virtual spaces of the Melchor-Quick Meeting House.
The Melchor Quick Meeting House was built in 1964 by Dr. & Mrs. C. Mason Quick as a family residence. In 2009, the house was converted into an assembly space with a vision to provide a space for the preservation of African American culture and exploration of ethics and values.
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