Kelly: Eyes, arms — and hearts — wide open to differences at north Omaha church
Omaha's Church of the Resurrection, formed from the merger of a black church and a white church, sings “every genre of music,” according to its choral director, Nola Jeanpierre. From left, Juanita Johnson, Janice Seldon and Marlene Belik are choir members.
Posted: Saturday, May 3, 2014 12:00 am
For spiritual nourishment, the Episcopal bishop of Nebraska sometimes slips into a north Omaha church in T-shirt and jeans.
“I go incognito,” said Bishop J. Scott Barker, even though most folks recognize him. “I'm there to be fed like any other parishioner. I'm not checking up on the church; just the opposite.
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