Pastor Francis Anfuso from Rock of Roseville church and and his friend Dr. Joy Johnson of Higher Hope Christian Church in North Highlands have been walking together for three years, “trying to heal the breach between our collective churches and our tendency to worship separately,” Johnson said. “We’ve now walked together, talked together, spent time in one another’s churches and homes. I’d say at least 500 people have been brought into the tent.” Many marched in green shirts emblazoned with the late Dr. Martin Luther King’s words. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
Pastor Francis Anfuso from Rock of Roseville church and and his friend Dr. Joy Johnson of Higher Hope Christian Church in North Highlands have been walking together for three years, “trying to heal the breach between our collective churches and our tendency to worship separately,” Johnson said. “We’ve now walked together, talked together, spent time in one another’s churches and homes. I’d say at least 500 people have been brought into the tent.” Many marched in green shirts emblazoned with the late Dr. Martin Luther King’s words. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

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White and black pastors inspire Martin Luther King Day marchers in Sacramento

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