Hurt, devastated and crushed are words an African-American couple used to describe how they felt when they were forced to change the venue of their wedding because of their race. “Because of the fact that we were black, some of the members of the congregation had got upset and decided that no black couple would ever be married at that church”. “All we wanted to do in the eyes of God was to be man and wife in a church that we thought we felt loved. What was wrong with that?” Charles and Te’Andrea Wilson had planned to marry this month at the First Baptist Church of Crystal Springs in Mississippi, but were asked at the last-minute to move. Their pastor, Stan Weatherford, made the request on behalf of some congregants who didn’t want to see the couple married there, he performed the ceremony at a nearby church.