The SBC has disfellowshipped Raleigh White Baptist Church over issues related to their treatment of a predominantly black church in the area. Now, to be fair, the church is not named for the race of most of its members and attendees, but rather for a former pastor, Raleigh White, but even that raises a whole lot of questions completely unrelated to their treatment of New Seasons Church.
For starters, why name the church after a former pastor at all? Doesn't Paul say something about the veneration of influential leaders in the opening chapters of First Corinthians? Isn't it sufficient to name the church library, fellowship hall, or gymnasium after a former leader?
Going further, exactly why didn't somebody at the SBC or the Mallary Baptist Association explain the optics of this before to this church? "See, folks, we've had a serious race relations problem in this area for about three centuries--you may have heard about some unpleasant events in the 1860s and again in the 1960s, maybe a guy named 'Sherman' and a guy named 'King'--and the optics of having an all white church being named "White Baptist Church" are just horrendous...."
But evidently, hyper-autonomous stubbornness got in the way of the obvious solution to these mistakes: apologies followed by an invitation to a gigantic potluck for both churches and a combined service.