Black Methodism : legacy of faith by United Methodist Communications production company
Call Number: BY1758 .B422
Publication Date: 1993
African-American people have been a vital part of the Methodist movement since it began in America in 1784. This video explores the 200 year history of Blacks in Methodism. Methodist church historians and church leaders present historic churches and important historical figures like Harry Hoosier, Richard Allen, C. A. Tindley and Mary McLeod Bethune, and discuss African-American contributions in art, music and worship traditions and in the organizational history of the United Methodist Church.