Sunday, September 15, 2013

Churches which enable the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) in the 21st century

I haven't yet written up a dossier on the UDC, but this item at Black Commentator will give some back ground on the UDC. It is really just a sample of the UDC agenda on race.

The following is a list of churches that have given their prestige and the prestige of this historical churches to enable the UDC by allowing the UDC to have their national convention memorial services to be held in their churches.

1. 2001 -- First Baptist Church, Hampton Street, Columbia, South Carolina.

2. 2002 -- St. John's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia.

3. 2003 -- Downtown Presbyterian Church, Nashville, Tennessee.

4. 2004 -- St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia

5. 2005 -- Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcaia, San Diego, California.

6. 2006 -- St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia.

7. 2007 -- Central United Methodist Church, 2535 W. New Hope Rd. for Rogers, Arkansas convention.

8. 2008 -- St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia

9. 2009 -- Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Biloxi, Mississippi.

10. 2010 -- St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia

11. 2011 -- St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, Texas

12. 2012 -- St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia

13. 2013 -- current plan is the Boston Avenue United Methodist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The Episcopal church accounts for 7 of the 13 churches listed above. As you can see the UDC picks historical churches in Richmond, Virginia which are Episcopal.

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