Black church group to aid burned churches

February 1997
Christian Century;02/05/97, Vol. 114 Issue 5, p119
Reports on the announcement made by the Congress of National Black Churches of a $12 million initiative to address the rash of church fires by aiding in the churches' rebuilding. Creation of programs to foster multiracial and ecumenical harmony; Development of a comprehensive plan to addresses the causes and the results of the fires.


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