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
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.
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 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 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 TheSeattle Times.