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POSTPONED due to Winter Weather – The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


January 16, 2022

4 pm
An Ecumenical Service of Holy Communion & Call for Anti-racist Action

Sunday, January 16 @ 4 pm

Berkeley Hills Lutheran Church, 517 Sangree Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15237

PRESIDING – Bishop Abraham Allende, Acting Bishop, SWPA Synod
PREACHING – Rev. Lamont Wells, ELCA Program Director, LuMin / Campus Ministry

The Southwest Pennsylvania Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America will be celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with an ecumenical service of Holy Communion. The service will encourage membership of the SWPA synod and the synod’s partners to be engaged actively in the practice of nonviolence in our continuing efforts to build the Beloved Community in Pittsburgh.

  • As allowed by COVID protocols, the service will be in person and live streamed. Masks are required for in person attendance.

  • Interfaith and community partners are also invited and most welcome.

  • Opportunities for service and anti-racist action will be suggested for the King Holiday on Monday, January 17th, and beyond.


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