Mindful of history, Mormon Church reaches out to minorities

It was Sunday morning, and the church was filled with more than 200 men, women and children, praying, singing and testifying.

“I have been searching for a faith all of my life,” Melvin Davis, 60, of Southeast declared from the pulpit. The grocery clerk’s story, genial and direct, bared a quest for a spiritual home that long had come up short.

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