January 17, 2017 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Redeemer Fellowship
3921 Baltimore Ave
Kansas City, MO 64111
American Public Square

View photos from this event here and watch the conversation below:

Nearly 50 years ago Martin Luther King, Jr. called 11 am on Sunday morning the most segregated hour in America. While some houses of worship in the U.S. have become more diverse in recent years, about eight-in-ten American congregants still attend services at a place where a single racial or ethnic group comprises at least 80% of the congregation.  Our panel will discuss whether the American expression of religion inherently segregates or divides along religious lines and whether religion bridges or widens the racial divide.  



Rev. Rick Behrens, Senior Pastor
Grandview Park Presbyterian Church

Linda Collins, Associate Pastor
New Life in Christ International Ministries

Rev. Tina L. Harris, Pastor
Grand Avenue Temple United Methodist Church

Brian Key, Pastor of Spiritual Formation and Director of Minority Pastoral Residency
Redeemer Fellowship


Moderated by
Rabbi David Glickman
, Senior Rabbi
Congregation Beth Shalom


6-6:30 Reception

6:30 – 8:00 PM Program

This event is free and open to the public, however, registration required.


PARKING is available on both sides of Baltimore between 39th Street and Westport Road. There is a parking lot directly across from the church on Baltimore, one  just south of the church and another lot by the old Katz store at Baltimore and Westport Road. Please enter the church by the doors on Baltimore.