Crossing Racial Boundries
(Emogene B. Stamper)
“It happens in church just like it happens when neighborhoods change: people become frightened of the unknown.”
How have you experienced change and fear of the unknown in a church?
This conversation features Emogene B. Stamper. Emogene has been a member of The Riverside Church since 1962. This episode was produced by Rev. Jim Keat. Background tracks include Button Mushrooms and Pilgrim’s Progress by Podington Bear.
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