A Beacon for Morehouse
To develop transforming nonviolent ambassadors of peace to reveal and co-create the Beloved World Economic Community as a reflection or mirror of the social justice of Jesus.
The Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel is a beacon for Morehouse College students, faculty, staff, alumni, and others who seek to realize King’s dream of the Beloved World Economic Community and Howard Thurman’s guidance on the religion of Jesus. Through our transformative, moral cosmopolitan programs, we teach these seekers King’s and Thurman’s evolutionary values of cosmopolitan spiritual ethics, nonviolence, service, and harmony, and encourage all to apply them in every aspect of their lives. Inspired by the possibility of the Beloved World Economic Community as the ethical meaning of the Presence of God, these seekers go forth as transforming nonviolent ambassadors of peace to reveal and co-create a sustainable world in which all people embody their spiritual magnificence by living unconditional love and responsibility with justice.
Rev. Dr. Lawrence Edward Carter Sr.
- Founding Dean of the Chapel, Professor of Religion, College Archivist and Curator
- Founder, Martin Luther King Jr. College of Ministers and Laity
- Founder, Ghandi, King, Ikeda Institute for Global Ethics and Reconciliation
- Coordinator, Rabin-King-Heschel-Cook Initiatives and Dialogues
- Director, Martin Luther King Jr. College of Pastoral Leadership
- Chair, Howard Thurman Spiritual Educational Trust
- Director, WorldHouse Teenage Academy
- Founder, Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel Assistants Program
Rev. Kim Brown
- Executive Assistant to the Dean, Office Manager, and Director of Chapel Arts
Rev. Terry Farrell Walker Sr.
- Director of Chapel Relations
Rev. Quincy James Rineheart
- Associate Campus Minister