Broad Street Missionary Baptist Church
The church was founded in a frame house donated by Felix Mudd at the site of the first Elyton School on Elyton's Broad Street. The Elyton Land Company donated land at the present site and bricks salvaged from the old Jefferson County Courthouse, which had burned in the 1880s, toward a new church building which was constructed between 1909 and 1914.
The church building was extensively renovated in 1966.
- Crenshaw, Solomon Jr (December 12, 2019) "The history of Birmingham’s 141-year-old Broad St. Missionary Church." The Birmingham Times