Living Dr. King's Legacy: Countering Racism and Violence in the 21st Century

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Wesley Theological Seminary presents

Living Dr. King's Legacy: Countering Racism and Violence in the 21st Century

A celebration of Dr. King's ministry and ways for us to carry out the mission for which he gave his life

Please join us for these events:

The Rev. James King, Jr., Bishop of the South Georgia Conference of The United Methodist Church
April 1, 2014
11 a.m. worship service in Oxnam Chapel
5 p.m. forum in Elderdice Hall

Lecture by Michel Martin
April 2
Michel Martin, host of NPR’s Tell Me More
6 p.m. reception in Elderdice Hall
7 p.m. lecture in Oxnam Chapel

Worship and Conversation with Dr. Delman Coates
April 8
The Rev. Dr. Delmar Coates, senior pastor of Mt. Ennon Baptist Church
11 a.m. worship service in Oxnam Chapel
12 p.m. forum in Elderdice Hall

All events will be on Wesley’s main campus at 4500 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. Elderdice Hall is located in Kresge Hall and the Oxnam chapel is located in the Trott Administrative Building. For more information, visit www.WesleySeminary.edu or call (202) 885-8600.

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