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Urban Space, Race, and Church Integration

In summary fashion, this article argues that the inability to integrate congregations is directly linked to the spacial separation of inner city, largely black ghettos from suburban, predominantly white suburbs. That structural inequality produces conditions under which it is not possible for a significant number of cross-racial relationships to be formed. Without those relationships there can be no transformation of the racial makeup of voluntary organizations, such as churches. 

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International Peacemaker on Syrian Refugee Crisis at Union Seminary

Dr. Mary Mikhael, a native of Syria, will visit Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond October 3, 2018, to address the...

Discovering Hope in the Valley of Dry Bones

Struggling in the valley of dry bones?Listen and subscribe to Faith & Leadership's podcast, Can These Bones. The...

The Heart of a Servant and Faith Like a Child

Here are some sermon resources and art work for the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost - September 23, 2018 (Year B)...

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