The William M. Moss Brotherhood of The Concord Baptist Church of Chris 59th Annual Brotherhood Awards Banquet
Founded in 1912 as the Young Men’s League, the organization was renamed to The William M. Moss
Brotherhood in 1919, after the death of The Reverend William M. Moss. Reverend Moss was described as “an
organic intellectual” and was very committed to the social philosophy of his day as espoused by W.E.B. Dubois.
Reverend Moss was instrumental in the founding of the National Urban League, the Concord Literacy Society
and many other local and national projects. He served Concord very well, adding 800 members during his nine
years of service.
The Brotherhood supports the young people of the church by providing scholarships to high school graduates from the funds raised at this annual banquet and throughout the year.