February 1999
New York Amsterdam News;02/11/99, Vol. 99 Issue 7, p46
Announces the schedule for the 1999 Black Methodist Church Renewal (BMCR) Weekend which will be hosted by the BMCR New York Chapter at the Saint Mark's United Methodist Church of Harlem, New York City. Walter Barton Jr. as church pastor; Theme of the celebration; Felton Edwin May as guest preacher; Establishment of BMCR to serve as a vehicle for Black United Methodists to discuss issues.


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