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Items Tagged "Segregated Church Worship"

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Methodist history mixed on abolitionism

Individuals recognized for their efforts for freedom, justice and equality, but the church as a whole failed to join despite John Wesley's philosophy. Read More

Remembering Harlem church, community leader

Feb. 23 memorial service for retired N.Y. pastor who helped abolish "Central Jurisdiction," mentored future bishops, church leaders. Read More

Ethnic diversity critical to church future

Commission on Religion and Race gathering draws cross-section leaders to talk about how to help nourish vital, multicultural congregations. Read More

‘Church history requires we discuss racism’

It is essential we remember what has happened, says the Rev. Gil Caldwell, so we don't treat others as we have been treated. Read More

Clergy children from segregation era reunited

Daughter of Bishop Oliphint and son of Bishop Handy recall end to racially constituted jurisdiction of church they both serve today. Read More

Tia Tucker, left, and Robin Pearce are two of many young people who are active members of First Grace United Methodist Church. UMNS photos by Kathy L. Gilbert.

Diverse church lifts up New Orleans

Joyful worship and lots of new faces follow merger of historically black and white congregations. Read More

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