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  • Mosaic Community Covenant Church

    Mosaic Community Covenant Church is located in Missouri City, Texas. The church’s website states that “like colorful, broken pieces arranged by an artist to create a beautiful picture, Mosaic is a blend of multiracial and multiethnic people, broken by the adversities of life but brought together by God.” Ed Lee, who was formerly a pastor with a Chinese congregation, is lead pastor of

  • Uptown Baptist Church

    Michael N. Allen is senior pastor of Uptown Baptist Church, a multicultural Southern Baptist congregation in Chicago. The church has an English-speaking congregation that’s about half Anglo, half people of color. It also has congregations that worship in Spanish, Russian and Vietnamese, along with two West African congregations.

  • People’s Church

    Herbert Cooper is senior pastor of People’s Church in Oklahoma City. This Assemblies of God congregation, started in 2002, draws about 1,400 people to worship on a weekend – about half black, about 40 percent white.

  • Curé d’Ars

    Curé d’Ars is a Catholic congregation in Denver. This multiethnic parish, in what was once a predominantly white neighborhood, uses music and a worship style with a strong African-American flavor. The Rev. Simon Kalonga is administrator.

  • Bethany United Church of Christ

    Bethany United Church of Christ in Seattle. Bethany was founded in 2000 at the site of a previously dying Anglo congregation in the diverse Beacon Hill neighborhood, as an intentionally multicultural, multiracial and multigenerational church. Read a Jan. 15, 2007, profile of Bethany and other local multicultural churches in The Seattle Times.

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