Durham News: Community

March 11, 2014 12:00 AM

Lenten discussion series tackles health disparities

During the Lenten season, St. Titus Episcopal Church, 400 Moline St., will hold a series of Wednesday noon services, including lunch and table talk presentations on health disparities and issues impacting black students.

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