Pastor Kyle Meier, left, of Peak United Methodist Church, chats with Rev. James Taylor, right, in the sanctuary of St. Mary AME Church on South Salem Street. The two invited their congregations to take part in a joint book group to explore the issue of race.
Pastor Kyle Meier, left, of Peak United Methodist Church, chats with Rev. James Taylor, right, in the sanctuary of St. Mary AME Church on South Salem Street. The two invited their congregations to take part in a joint book group to explore the issue of race. hgargan@newsobserver.com Henry Gargan
Pastor Kyle Meier, left, of Peak United Methodist Church, chats with Rev. James Taylor, right, in the sanctuary of St. Mary AME Church on South Salem Street. The two invited their congregations to take part in a joint book group to explore the issue of race. hgargan@newsobserver.com Henry Gargan

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