Breaking Down Walls
Breaking Down Walls
Addressing Cultural Barriers in Reconciliation Conversations

Pursuing racial healing and reconciliation in the body of Christ

May 10 and 11, 2019


The Road to Healing

Arsenal Hill Presbyterian Church
1103 Laurel Street
Columbia SC 29201

May 10 and 11


  • 6:00-7:00 Registration and Light Refreshments
  • 7:00-9:00
    • Worship
    • Session 1 Diagnosis
    • Panel Discussion


  • 8:30-9:30 Continental Breakfast
  • 9:30-12:00
    • Worship
    • Session 2 Treatment
    • Session 3 On-going Care
    • Panel Discussion

We are the body of Christ - eternally united in our faith, yet often internally divided based on race. To be a healthy body, we must accurately diagnose our condition, humbly receive and take the proper treatment, and remain steadfastly committed to the ongoing care of the body.

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2019 Conference Speakers


Antony Frederick

Antony "Ant" Frederick is an inner-city church planter and pastor at Midtown Two Notch.  He is passionate about leading his church to be a Jesus-centered family on mission among impoverished communities here in Columbia, SC.  His ministry outside of Midtown Two Notch is focused on helping churches and Christian organizations take steps towards cultural diversity and racial reconciliation.  

He and Hannah, his wife of 8 years, have six year old twins named Malachi & Colby, and 1 year old daughter named Eden Grace.

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Will Broadus

Will serves as the Lead Pastor of Reconcile Community Church. He lives in Greenville, S.C. with his wife Becca and their three children Ezra, Maria and Ezekiel. Jesus saved Will when he was 14 years old. He grew up in Greenville and graduated from North Greenville University with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and has been preaching and teaching the Bible for over 10 years. After serving in East Asia as missionaries, Will and Becca moved back to Greenville to plant Reconcile Community Church.


Wayne Frazier

Wayne was born in Pittsburgh and graduated from Geneva College and Gordon-Conwell Seminary. After planting two churches, Wayne served as pastor of Back Creek Church in Charlotte, N. C. for 24 years. His greatest joy was seeing the gospel of Jesus break down cultural and ethnic barriers.

Currently, Wayne serves as Church Vitality Coach for Outreach North America. Wayne and his wife Jane have two children and four grandchildren.