A church allegedly asked older members to leave. Leaders say that didn't actually happen.
from The Washington Post
When a small church in the suburbs of Minneapolis-St. Paul shuts it doors in June, some of the members, who are almost all older than 60, are worried about where their funerals will be held. When it reopens perhaps a year later, the traditional hymns could be missing, and a new pastor will be almost three decades younger. One 70-year-old member called the church leaders' decision to fold in order to start a new congregation "age discrimination."
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