Press Coverage

These news clippings cover Rev. Grady's work as a community activist, as well as some of the innovative work he's done with his congregations.

  • ABC Columbia / WOLO

    A Midlands Church held a candlelight vigil on Thursday in honor of the lives lost in Vegas.

  • Free Times

    All the heat and humidity made Columbia feel like a catfish stew. At the State House grounds Aug. 14, a few speakers added some spice to the pot.

  • The State

    Sunday, millions of Christians around the world marked Palm Sunday, the beginning of a week-long observance of the Easter holiday.

  • The State

    This election cycle was disheartening. A government for the people and by the people was ripped to shreds, with all of the name calling, petty politics, gender discrimination and playing on immigration fears.

  • ABC Columbia / WOLO

    A Midlands church dedicated their Sunday service to addressing gun violence in the Palmetto State.

  • The State

    Churches across the state on Sunday took aim at an issue that has South Carolina, again, on a list that no state wants to be part of: gun violence.

  • WLTX19

    Midlands faith leaders of all backgrounds are joining together to encourage a culture of love in light of the Orlando shooting.

  • CBC Radio

    The Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, the site of this week's shooting, is one of the oldest black churches in the South. One of their early members organized a failed slave uprising in the 1820s, causing white Supremacists to burn it down, though it was later rebuilt. In the 1960s, it became a hub for civil rights organizers. Reverend Clementa Pinckney, the pastor and State Senator who was among the nine people killed in this week's shooting, was involved in social causes such as the fight for police body cameras. Growing up in Charleston, Reverend Carey Grady went to the Emanuel AME Church and knew Reverend Clementa Pinckney. Grady is the pastor at the Reid Chapel AME church in Columbia, South Carolina.

  • The Indianapolis Recorder

    This weekend, as Black History Month comes to a close, those who visit Bethel AME Cathedral will have an opportunity to travel back to a time when a movement of freedom-loving Americans worked together to fight slavery.


    The push for mass transit picked up some momentum at the Statehouse Tuesday as a transit bill passed the state Senate for the first time.

  • ND Insider

    Supporters of a proposal to expand mass transit in central Indiana have announced a new strategy they hope can convince lawmakers to push ahead with a plan for funding the expansion.

  • The Indianapolis Recorder

    Although the first statement was written in the Bible and the second is found in the Constitution, both highlight the same principle: separation of church and state.