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Preserving Community Amid Racial and Cultural Differences

Communion celebrates the unity of the Body of Christ. So what happens when a congregation’s membership is accustomed to celebrating communion according to a variety of traditions? Can a diverse Body find common ground in this and other Christian practices overlaid by cultural and racial differences? Lucy Kolin, pastor of multiracial Resurrection Lutheran Church, discusses an example of working through differences to a common understanding in an interview archived on the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship website.



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