The Jerusalem UHC started out in a little log house and grew into the beautiful building we now enjoy. This building was purchased with a twenty-one year mortgage, however, with the help of God, the vision of Bishop Williams and the liberal giving of the people, the mortgage was burned in ten years. The church flourished and the membership continued to grow under the leadership of Bishop Williams. Many programs and services were added.
After serving as Pastor for 27 years, Bishop Williams retired as pastor to be better able to complete his tenure as leader of this great United Holy Church. This was bitter sweet for the members of Jerusalem who were proud of their pastor. In his honor, Prince Street was renamed Prince-Williams Street. This stands as a permanent acknowledgement of his impact in the city of Reidsville.