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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.

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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. 

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Recent Events

 

  

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)

 

  

 

  

 


MLK Chapel Assistants 

MLK Jr. International Chapel Assistants 2016-17