In September the Faith & Formation Sunday morning class (9:45 am Fellowship Hall) will explore a variety of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s sermons and writings beyond his most famous “I have a Dream Speech.”
Sept. 3. Shannon Jordan will lead a class on King’s last sermon before he was assassinated, “The Drum Major’s Instinct” in which he encourages people to give up the desire for self-centered notoriety and live the selfless love taught by Jesus.
Sept. 10. David Germer will lead a discussion and exploration of selected Martin Luther King writings on non-violence.
Sept. 17. Dennis Herman will lead a discussion on King’s Sermon, “The Death of Evil upon the Seashore” from 1956 when he spoke to over 12,000 people on the second anniversary of the Supreme Court’s school desegregation decision in Brown v. Board of Education.