Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel
The Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel – the world’s most prominent religious memorial to Dr. King – was dedicated in 1978 under the presidency of Dr. Hugh Morris Gloster.
The purpose of the Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel is to teach excellence, ethics, equality and engagement. It is to demonstrate the interdisciplinary foundations of a learned ecumenical Christian ministry for the world; to create spiritual realization through value-and virtue-centered theologically based faith; and to inspire the communitarian development of servant scholars as visionary human rights revolutionists and social gospel activists coming from a place of Gandhian nonviolence and political personalism.
32nd Annual College of Ministers and Laity Crown Forum Induction Ceremony
Guest Speaker: Rev. Dr. William Barber II
Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 11:00am
In celebration of our 32nd Annual College of Ministers and Laity, Rev. William Barber delivered a most appropriate message for our time! In his message titled "Standing Down is Not an Option," Rev. Barber stirred the audience with a riveting declaration of our theme for the ceremony, "Learning to Live the Moral Cosmopolitan Way" Click here to learn more
Being a Moral Cosmopolitan
Dr. Lawrence Carter, Professor of Religion and College Curator at Morehouse College, reflects on the cosmopolitan nature of interfaith, what it means to be a global citizen and the responsibility everyone has to ensure peace and non-violence.
Sunday Vesper Services (Every Sunday at 5:30pm in King Chapel)