East End Fellowship for “reconciliation and justice”

02/13/2008 9:15 AM by

It is appalling that the most segregated hour of Christian America is eleven o’clock on Sunday morning, the same hour when many are standing to sing: “In Christ There Is No East Nor West.” ~Martin Luther King, Jr.

East End Fellowship is a new worship service in the extended Church Hill neighborhood made up of a diverse group of people committed to the good of our beautiful but sometimes fractured community. Their vision is to become a community of neighbors seeking joy and justice for our neighborhood out of love for Christ. It’s not affiliated with any one particular group or church — just a group of neighbors, young and old, black, white, and brown, new residents and old, who want to see our neighborhood renewed spiritually, socially and culturally. East End Fellowship meets every Sunday afternoon in the Franklin Military Academy auditorium at 4pm. Come for a lot of great music and good food after the service with your neighbors and friends.

Thanks to Matt Conrad for the write-up!



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