What He Dreamed Be Ours To Do – January 15, 2023

Historian Gary Dorrien notes that when Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. arrived in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1954 to pastor the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, he had no experience as a civil rights activist. But what he did have was a deep understanding of the social gospel, especially as it had developed in the black church.

Join us on this special Sunday when we once again celebrate the life and ministry of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and examine the way in which he embodied the Black Social Gospel.

We are delighted to be joined this Sunday by Violinist, Jagan Nath Khalsa, and Baritone, David Bonneau, who will perform with our Music Director, Matthew Johnsen during the service. 

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