Pictured above, the First Baptist Church was the congregation where many Four Hundreds prayed.
Apparently, many African-American Charlottesvillians of the Jim Crow era chose their church on the basis of wherever they felt most comfortable. Many times this meant simply attending the church closest to home.
Most Four Hundreds lived in the same neighborhood. They lived in sections of town known as Castle Hill and Star Hill. The location of this was Sixth Street SW, Dice Street, and Fifth Street.
Since First Baptist Church was located at "Seventh and West Main Streets," it was conveniently located for the Four Hundreds.