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Rev. Serenus Churn T. Sr.
Rowan Baptist Association
Rowan Baptist Association
719 South Caldwell Street
The Rowan Baptist Association was organized in 1877 in a hospital at Salisbury, which was afterward purchased by the Baptists there and was organized as the Dixonville Baptist Church. Revs. Harry Cowan, Z. Horton and Cumbe Ellis were the ministers present...
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Pastor: Rev. Serenus T. Churn, Sr.
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Reverend Serenus T. Churn, Jr., Pastor
...As DRMC Chaplain, Serenus covers the 1st Monday of the month.
"We want our parishioners and the ...
"We want our parishioners and the community to remember that this is the celebration of the birth of Christ and when the word of God became flesh in the form of Jesus, and when he comes he brings liberation, social justice, salvation and peace," said Mt. Zion pastor Dr. Serenus T. Churn when asked about this Advent season.
"It's also a great time to get together, fellowship and be with Pastor Churn
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Ministers Conference member Dr. Serenus Churn, pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, responded to conservative critics who have complained that the widespread black-on-black crime problem does not incite the same level of passion from the black community.
"It seems to me like black-on-black crime is certainly a problem, but there is no comparison," he
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Dr. Serenus Churn, pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, said he hopes the first town hall is more about compassion than confrontation.
While acknowledging that the viral "Hands Up" protest in the wake of Michael Brown's shooting death in Ferguson had its place, Churn now believes a more conciliatory tone is needed to engage allies of all stripes in the fight against social and economic iniquities.
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