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A typical Sunday service attracts approximately 50 people, he said.Sunday morning during service time, the church’s parking lot was less than half full.“They use the budget as a stepping stone that she isn’t taking the church into the direction they want it to go. They say there’s no racism here, and yet there is an undercurrent here of extreme racism and fear.They don’t understand them, or want to have anything to do with them.”“They’ve also wanted to put the altar Bible back on the altar, and that’s anti-Semitic,” De Tar said.“They look at them like they’re third class steerage,” De Tar said.“The way they talk about them is so disrespectful, they won’t give them a name, even.
Another member stated that the feelings stem from a type of jealousy, as Barbly’s church is growing faster than the Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ’s congregation.Services are attended primarily by African Americans.“There was friction about particularly Pastor Gabriel’s church,” Murray said.“Things stated were the noise level, the disrespect, ‘we can’t get in the bathroom.’ That has not been a happy thing for people.FARGO - For years, Pastor Grace Murray opened the doors of Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ to New Americans and the LGBT community, and then she was fired.Despite a massive banner hanging outside the 90-year-old structure at 901 Broadway, declaring “We leave judging to God,” Murray and church members said the church council fired her suddenly, May 31, because of racism exhibited by the “old guard” at the church, effectively turning their backs on the church’s tenets of being accepting of everyone - no matter race, economic status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or mental or physical ability. “You have recently received notification of the upcoming meeting to be held on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 to terminate our Pastoral Call Agreement with Pastor Grace Murray,” the church letter informing its members stated.