Ramah Baptist Church is a historic church located in Letohatchee, Alabama, United States. The church was founded in 1868, shortly after the Civil War, and has a long and storied history. The church building itself was constructed in 1915 and has been well-preserved, with its original pews, pulpit, and stained-glass windows still intact.
Ramah Baptist Church is known for its involvement in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s, as it served as a gathering place for activists and was the site of numerous rallies and speeches by prominent civil rights leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks.
Today, the church continues to be an active and vibrant community of faith, with a strong commitment to social justice and community service. It offers a range of programs and services, including Sunday school classes, Bible studies, youth activities, and community outreach initiatives. Ramah Baptist Church is a significant part of the rich cultural and historical heritage of Letohatchee and the surrounding region.