Updated: May 15
A new study found that 29 percent of Black practicing Christians say they have experienced racial prejudice in multiracial churches.
According to the Barna Research Group and the Racial Justice and Unity Center study, just 1/10th reported the same in monoracial Black churches. The study is titled Beyond Diversity: What the Future of Racial Justice Will Require of US Churches.
Barna Group defined “practicing Christians” as Christians who say their faith is important and have attended church services in the past month. A multiracial church is where no one ethnic or racial group makes up more than 60 percent of the congregation.
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