Church, Methodist, Central Jurisdiction

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Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XIV-A2, "Church Visits Continue, Winter to Easter"
Joe Collier No Negroes in Their Churches
Ed King White Church (Part Two); Section II-B, "Why Methodists"
Unknown Methodists Vote to Keep Segregation
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XVI-B, "Church Conference Details"
1956 Unknown Franklin Hails Church Actions, Methodist Leaders of State Pleased
1957
Ed King
Nina Cunningham
Nelle Coulter
Sue Cater
Marvin Pyron
Marilyn Herring
Jon Belton Walters
Jeannie Wesley
Kansas Kuotes December 1957 Issue
1957 Nina Cunningham Race Relations and the Church
1958 Unknown Jackson Bishop Gets New Honor, Named President-Designate Of Worldwide Bishop Council
1963 Gerald Forshey Divided Flocks in Jackson
1963 Unknown A Resolution Stating the Policy of the Mississippi Association of Methodist Ministers and Laymen on Racial Integration Within the Church
1963 James H. Laird To the Council of Bishops
1963 Unknown No Plan Yet for Handling Kneel-In Group
1963 Unknown The Methodist Jurisdictional System and Race Relations
1963 The Associated Press Church Mixing Blocked: Ushers Bar Way of Two Bishops at Service Here
1963 Brewster Kneen Letter from Brewster Kneen to Ed King (06/10/1963)
1963
Marvin A. Franklin
Ed King
151st Session Mississippi Annual Conference: Galloway Memorial Methodist Church
1963 Jerry DeLaughter Methodists Sever King Connections
1963 Central Jurisdiction Study Committee (Committee of Five) Central Jurisdiction Speaks
1963 Unknown The Christian Century November 1963 Special Report Issue
1964 Ed King Jackson Movement, Spring 1963: Part XI-C Methodist Church
1964 Ed King White Church (Part Three) VII: "Spring, Summer '63"
1964 Unknown Mississippi Lambasted by Tougaloo Chaplain
1964 Unknown Church Mixing Group Arrested Here Sunday
1964 Richard Tholin Richard Tholin to Ed King
1964 Unknown The Church in Action: The New Shape of the Central Jurisdiction
1965 John Perkins Methodist Bishop Declares Churches Can't Bar Negroes
1965 John Perkins Methodists Close Eventful Sessions
1965 Bruce L. Williams It Happened in Jackson
1965 Bruce L. Williams It Happened in Jackson