'Church diversity' movement aims to 'desegregate' houses of worship
from The Christian Post
This week, Americans across the nation are honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., a catalyst for the civil rights movement who advocated equality for all races. However, 43 years after his assassination, churches throughout America still face segregation – giving rise to a "Church Diversity" initiative to "see a more unified body of Christ." From Jan. 13-19, "Church Diversity Week" aims to open communication about the importance of diversity in places of worship. Pastor Scott Williams, author of Church Diversity – Sunday The Most Segregated Day of the Week, shared that this campaign, which he spearheaded, is about raising "awareness to help propel the movement."
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