On Sunday, January 17, we will mark the Dr. King holiday at Holy Communion with a special music festival service live on our website and social media at 10:30am. We will meditate on Dr. King’s legacy and mission, even as we pray for equity and justice in our nation.
There are many more local opportunities to mark the Dr. King holiday this weekend, but we want to note two with connections to Holy Communion and our wider Episcopal family.
1pm Monday Remembering Dr. King with Christ Church Cathedral
Did you know Dr. King preached at our Cathedral? Christ Church will observe Martin Luther King Day on Monday, Jan. 18, at 1 p.m. on Zoom. It is expected to run about an hour. The observance will include the reading of Dr. King's "Staying Awake Through a Great Revolution" speech, a presentation of African drumming and dancing, the singing of "Lift Every Voice and Sing," and Bread and Roses performing "The Boothill Strike." All are invited.Click here for more
6pm Tuesday St. Louis Community College and North County Churches Dr. King Celebration
Our own vestry member (and 2021 vestry candidate for another term) Rudy Nickens is the keynote speaker at this year's Dr. King celebration from St. Louis Community College. Nickens works internationally consultant internationally on issues of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. He served as the governor's staff representative to the Ferguson Commission.Click here for more