Politics and the Church
William H. Lamar IV, pastor of the historic Metropolitan AME Church, reflects on the intersection of religious practice and political action in Washington, D.C.
Worship in the Age of COVID
One of the DC area’s largest Black church congregations, Alfred Street Baptist Church, finds innovative ways to worship in spite of social distancing.
A Baptist's Call to Serve
A former pastor at Arlington’s Macedonia Baptist Church, the Rev. Canon Leonard L. Hamlin, Sr., carries his mission to the Washington National Cathedral.
Raising the Black Lives Matter Banner
Asbury United Methodist Church, one of DC’s most historic Black churches, raises the BLM banner anew following a brazen act of violence.
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