Category : Take the Next Step
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Pierre Burgess, a member of Kettering Baptist Church in Upper Marlboro, Md., reflects on the Martin Luther King, Jr., memorial during a visit sponsored by the New Day in Race Relations effort through the BCM/D.

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Rachel Henning and Jolie Memmel, members of New Hope Community Church in Baltimore, Md., share their thoughts about visiting the Martin Luther King, Jr., memorial in a recent BCM/D New Day in Race Relations excursion.

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Solid Rock Baptist Church member Angel Rosary shares about her visit to see new Martin Luther King, Jr., memorial in Washington, D.C.

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By Shannon Baker BCM/D National Correspondent, BaptistLIFE WASHINGTON, D.C.—Four busloads of church members from African American and Anglo churches gathered on October 9 to visit the newly unveiled Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial in Washington, D.C. The groups met at Solid Rock Church in Washington, D.C., to visit the memorial and celebrate afterwards in a joint worship service for both races. “It was a great opportunity, and I’m glad we went forward with it,” shared organizer James Dixon, pastor of […]

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6 years, 9 months ago 1

Need promotional materials to promote the upcoming New Day excursion to visit the Martin Luther King, Jr., memorial on October 9? Download the following: Presentation slide (ready to add to your presentation software or PowerPoint): Bulletin inserts designed to print 2 up (8.5 x 5.5) on a 8.5 x 11 page: Announcement blurb that you can use in your bulletins and/or newsletters (feel free to edit as necessary): You are cordially invited to celebrate what God is doing among the diverse churches […]

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Dear Friend of a New Day in Race Relations in Maryland/Delaware, We are at an important point in our journey toward a New Day in Maryland/Delaware. For months we have met as pastors and leaders to begin that journey. We are now ready to take even bolder steps by getting our members together to embrace the effort. On Sunday evening, October 9, black believers and white believers will gather at First Rock Baptist Church, 4630 Alabama Avenue, S.E., Washington, DC […]

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You are cordially invited to celebrate what God is doing among the diverse churches within the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware on Sunday, October 9 at 4 p.m. All churches are invited to meet at First Rock Baptist Church, at 4630 Alabama Avenue, S.E. Washington, D.C. (Click here for a map of the church’s address.) Those wishing to take the Metro to the church should plan on taking the Blue Line to Benning Road. (Click here for options to travel to […]

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