Martin Luther King Jr.

January 2019

Beloved Community,

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s words are timeless. He was a preacher, pastor, prophet and servant leader. He lived out his sermons through his actions. He prayed with his feet as he led protests. He spoke the truth in love against unjust systems. He was a living example of love. His sermons are just as timely in 2019 as they were when he spoke them. We are grateful for the life and legacy of Dr. King. This resource has information and sources that can be used for celebrating his life, not only on his birthday, but throughout the year. 

Blessed to be a blessing to you.

Sheila P. Spencer
Director of Christian Education and Faith Formation

The 2019 resource includes a variety of resources that can be used for worship and education, including a litany, scripture references, quotes and reflections from Dr. King. It also has additional website, video, and book resources that can be used with a variety of ages and groups. We encourage you to use and share these resources with your congregation and community as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Click any of the links below for an archive of resources.

2014 Resource


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