The Rev. Baxter Hurley and the Rev. Bruce Burns on the steps of One Step at Ingleside, home to the collaborative gatherings the two pastors and their congregations have begun to foster multiracial worship and fellowship.
The Rev. Baxter Hurley and the Rev. Bruce Burns on the steps of One Step at Ingleside, home to the collaborative gatherings the two pastors and their congregations have begun to foster multiracial worship and fellowship. Michael W. Pannell Special to The Telegraph
The Rev. Baxter Hurley and the Rev. Bruce Burns on the steps of One Step at Ingleside, home to the collaborative gatherings the two pastors and their congregations have begun to foster multiracial worship and fellowship. Michael W. Pannell Special to The Telegraph

Pastors take One Step closer to Christ through interracial worship

June 08, 2017 07:20 AM

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