Pastor James A. Keeton, Jr.

The Reverend James A. Keeton, Jr., a native of Cairo, Georgia, is the Senior Pastor of Morris Brown African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. For more information on Pastor Keeton, click here to read his biography.

Founder's Day 2020

Founder’s Day 2020

Several years ago, I had the opportunity to participate in a racial relations seminar with Inter-Church Ministries. At this time, I was the Senior Pastor of Saint James African Methodist Episcopal Church in Erie, Pennsylvania. The composition of the group was not very diverse because out of 50-60 participants, only four of us were black. …

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Hope for a Future

A Future with Hope

On Tuesday evening, I watched eagerly as the city of Montgomery, Alabama elected its first Black mayor since the inception of the city in 1819. The Montgomery County Probate Judge, Steven Reed, won a special run-off election by over 16,000 votes. The primary reason that this election was so captivating is because of the racialized …

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