Advocates at a Wichita State University town hall meeting agreed Friday that the university chapel was meant to be open to people of all races and creeds but disagreed on what that means.

Supporters of recent renovations that removed rows of pews from the historic structure said they think it should be a space where people of all creeds can feel welcome and worship in their own tradition.

"Be not afraid, everybody is not out to get you," said the Rev. Christopher Eshelman, a United Methodist associate pastor and former campus minister at WSU.

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