Most churches in the U.S. were segregated by race in the 1960s, a situation that prompted Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to call 11:00 a.m. on Sunday mornings “the most segregated hour” in America. Even now, many church congregations lack racial diversity. However, a church in Quincy Orchard, Maryland, formed when three segregated churches merged in 1968, has a rich history of racial integration and is the subject of the documentary Finding Fellowship. Listen to hear a producer of the documentary discuss the church’s history, the Quincy Orchard community, and the film’s message.
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