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First Slavic Baptist Church in east Charlotte opens its arms to Russian, Ukrainian, Moldovan people and others from Russian-speaking countries of the former Soviet Union.

Rabbi Judy Schindler of Temple Beth El and Ronald Carter, president of Johnson C. Smith University, will discuss “Kinship & Conflict: Black-Jewish Relations” at 7 p.m. Wednesday at uptown’s Levine Museum of the New South.

The American evangelical pastor Rick Warren, who visited Rwanda this week, told The Associated Press that he hopes to expand his ministry to East Africa.

Charlotte missionary David Writebol completed his 21-day quarantine Sunday and traveled to Atlanta, where he saw his wife for the first time since she was evacuated Aug. 5 to Emory University Hospital for treatment of Ebola virus disease.

In the wake of entertainer Robin Williams? suicide, Mecklenburg Ministries will sponsor a discus...

Funk on Faith

Map: More than 160 N.C. churches -- in some form or fashion -- have said that they do not believe homosexuality by itself is a sin.

The Rev. Richard Boyce, a former mayor of Belmont, embraces opening the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) seminary in Charlotte to the community and other denominations to battle membership decline.

~ Ebola victim returns 08.05.14
~ Prayer for missionaries 07.30.14
~Charlotte Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr
~The Hilton twins 05.25.14
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