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Union of Black Episcopalians meets in New Orleans

Union of Black Episcopalians meets in New Orleans

The Union of Black Episcopalians has been holding their 48th Annual Conference in New Orleans this week.  It’s been a full Spirit-filled week of  networking, listening, serving, gathering, laughing, talking, and praying.  Below are photos from the cathedral service with the Presiding Bishop, the Most Rev Michael Curry.

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all photos except the first (welcome banner) by Lynn A Collins, purchased from SmugMug.com.  Welcome banner sign photo courtesy of Charles Wilson

 

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