KING CITES FAILURES Church Ousts Pastor 9 Aides In Racial Fight DALLAS --UPI-- The-Rev. Dr. Martin Luther told fellow ministers "yesterday that churches in United States have failed in their mission to promote racial justice. Almost,at the same time, a Baptist congregation Macon,- Ga., voted to fire its pastor and two of his assistants for advocating opening church services to Negroes. The church also refused admittance to an African student who had :been converted to Christianity by Southern Baptist missionaries. "Honesty impels us to admit that religious bodies in America have not been faithful to their prophetic mission on the question question of racial justice," Dr. King said. They have "often been an active, participant in shaping and crystallizing the patterns of the. race-caste system," he ; said. King spoke to the International International Convention of Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ). Too often the church, he said, "has been content to mouth pious irrelevance and sanctimonious sanctimonious trivialities . . it has often remained silent behind the safe security windows. of stained-glass Earlier King told a news conference conference that the high percentage of Negro casualties in Viet Nam showed the Negro was still the losing end." "I "I have committed the unpardonable unpardonable sin , of a Southern minister preaching integration in a' Southern town," the Rev. Dr. Thomas J. Holmes said of his dismissal by vote of the congregation in Macori. .While the vote was being taken, taken, deacons of .the Tatnall Square Church turned away Sam Jerry Oni, a Nigerian came to Baptistroriented Mercer University here in 1963 despite "the situation" in the South. Oni, who was detained in a police car for about an hour, said the experience nearly shattered shattered his faith. Fired from the church staff were Dr. Holmes, the Rev. Douglas Johnson, the assistant pastor, and Jack W. Jones, minister of music. All three have advocated an "open door" policy in the church.