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Black Clergywomen Regional Ministers:

  • Rev. Denise Bell -Georgia Region
  • Rev. Dr. Nadine Burton -Great River Region
  • Rev. Dr. LaTaunya Bynum -Northern California/Nevada Region
  • Rev. Dr. Dara Cobb -South Carolina Region
  • Rev. Joan Bell-Haynes -Rocky Mountain Region
  • Rev. Dr. Delesslyn Kennebrew -Greater Kansas City Region
  • Bishop Valerie Melvin -North Carolina Region
  • Rev. Dr. Christal Williams -Tennessee Region

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Journey Toward Wholeness

With roots stretching to before the Civil War, the National Convocation of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) today serves as the connection between African Americans and the Stone-Campbell Movement. Founders of the African American Convention movement were visionaries, coordinating the opposition to slavery, forced relocation of free African Americans to Africa, and a multitude of social ills. Following emancipation, organizations that later became the National Convocation worked to improve the lives of freed slaves and their descendants. Journey Toward Wholeness: A History of Black Disciples of Christ in the Mission of the Christian Church, chronicles the predecessors of the National Convocation and the movement’s roots and growth through almost three centuries.

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