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  • Cornelius and Davidson clergy work towards healing with an opportunity for diversity

    More than a dozen clergy from different denominations in Davidson and Cornelius participated in the community prayer vigil at the Davidson Village Green on Aug. 23. For organizers Rev. Joel Simpson, associate pastor at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Cornelius, and Rev. Alexis Coleman, associate pastor at Davidson UMC, the vigil also presented a chance to heal through an opportunity for diversity.

More than a dozen clergy from different denominations in Davidson and Cornelius participated in the community prayer vigil at the Davidson Village Green on Aug. 23. For organizers Rev. Joel Simpson, associate pastor at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Cornelius, and Rev. Alexis Coleman, associate pastor at Davidson UMC, the vigil also presented a chance to heal through an opportunity for diversity.
More than a dozen clergy from different denominations in Davidson and Cornelius participated in the community prayer vigil at the Davidson Village Green on Aug. 23. For organizers Rev. Joel Simpson, associate pastor at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Cornelius, and Rev. Alexis Coleman, associate pastor at Davidson UMC, the vigil also presented a chance to heal through an opportunity for diversity.

LKN clergy offer a prayer for reconciliation, and a plan

August 27, 2017 6:13 PM