SUMMIT, NJ - Congregation Beth Hatikvah, in preparation for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, is inviting the community to come together Saturday, Jan. 13, beginning at 10 a.m., for an interactive consideration of Dr. King's legacy. Rodney E. Williams, associate minister of Fountain Baptist Church, will present an audio and visual overview focusing on the impact of Dr. King's work on present day race relations.
All are welcome and admission is free.
Williams serves as co-coordinator of Fountain Baptist's social justice ministry development team and the men’s ministry and as the musical director of 'The Joyful Silvertones'. He also serves with Beth Hatikvah's rabbi, Hannah Orden, on the Summit Interfaith Council Anti-Racism Committee.
Congregation Beth Hatikvah is located at 38 Chatham Road.