The Rev. James W. Goolsby Jr., left, senior pastor of First Baptist Church, and the Rev. Scott Dickison, right, senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Christ, meet at Dickison’s church in Macon, Ga. Dickison, who grew up in Charlotte’s Providence Baptist Church, and Goolsby are working to find a way the congregations, neighbors for so long, can become friends by bridging the stubborn divide of race.
The Rev. James W. Goolsby Jr., left, senior pastor of First Baptist Church, and the Rev. Scott Dickison, right, senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Christ, meet at Dickison’s church in Macon, Ga. Dickison, who grew up in Charlotte’s Providence Baptist Church, and Goolsby are working to find a way the congregations, neighbors for so long, can become friends by bridging the stubborn divide of race. Branden Camp AP
The Rev. James W. Goolsby Jr., left, senior pastor of First Baptist Church, and the Rev. Scott Dickison, right, senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Christ, meet at Dickison’s church in Macon, Ga. Dickison, who grew up in Charlotte’s Providence Baptist Church, and Goolsby are working to find a way the congregations, neighbors for so long, can become friends by bridging the stubborn divide of race. Branden Camp AP

Neighboring black and white churches start healing divide

August 28, 2016 09:24 PM

UPDATED August 29, 2016 06:34 AM

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