In unprecedented year, Black pastors carry extra burden

ORLANDO, Fla. — As the Rev. Terence Gary stepped onto the stage at The Experience Christian Center to give a guest sermon last Sunday, about one-third of the 250 chairs in front of him were covered in black cloth so that attendees would sit socially distanced from each other.About 60 masked people watched him. Three women in white lab coats — church members who are also medical professionals — were tasked with checking the temperatures of every person who walked inside, asking a series of questions to make sure no one had a cough, a fever or a sore throat.Gray opened with the upcoming election…

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