Churches that split over race to worship in Philadelphia

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(RNS) More than two centuries after racial divisions sparked the birth of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the black and white congregations at the center of the split will worship together for the first time in late October in Philadelphia. In the late 1700s, lay preacher Richard Allen and other members walked out of Historic […]

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