A Racial Convergence, via Religion

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Two once-vibrant Lutheran churches — one white, one black — fell on hard times in Evansville, Ind. Church staff are now experimenting with joint services and activities. There's even talk of a merger.

Andrew Yeager reports for member station WNIN in Evansville, Ind.



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