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Topic - Thomas A. Barclay
For two Pentecostal organizations, 11 a.m. Sunday no longer will be the most segregated hour in America.
Thomas A. Barclay, United Pentecostal Council's international presiding elder, told a crowd at the General Council's National Office chapel in Springfield, Mo., that the agreement would usher in a new era for their churches.
"Thank you for reading that letter four years ago and making that phone call," Mr. Barclay said.