MLK Weekend of Service

Alabama Rural Ministry (ARM) has coordinated an MLK Weekend of Service to honor Dr. Martin Luther King in January 2018.

The excerpt below was taken from the ARM Website.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the leader of the civil rights movement, a pastor, and one of our century’s greatest leaders spoke and lived a message of non-violence to overturn unjust laws. He often quoted the prophet Amos who once proclaimed, “let justice roll down like waters, and mercy like an ever flowing spring.” Dr. King continues to be an inspiration to so many today. It seems appropriate that we would celebrate his birthday weekend by sharing in Christ’s love with our brothers and sisters and serving together in our community.

Join us for a community-wide worship service and gospel concert on Sunday January 14 from 4p-6p at First United Methodist Church at 202 South Main Street in Tuskegee. This is a very special, inspiring time of praise, prayer, and testimony.

You’ll also hear one of Dr. King’s famous sermons (re)presented by a local minister.


Sunday – January 14

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Gospel choirs, testimonies, prayer time and a presentation of an MLK sermon

First United Methodist Church


Monday – January 15

8:00am to 4:00pm

Work with ARM on home repairs, at the food bank or beautifying the Tuskegee community.


Children between 5 and 10 years of age in the Tuskegee area are invited to participate in MLKids on Monday January 15th at Tuskegee First United Methodist Church from 10:00am to 2:00pm.

This is a free event that will include a Bible lesson, arts and crafts and activities that will help children learn about Dr. King’s life and legacy.

Lunch also will be served.

Direct questions or comments to Joe Davis at or 334.501.4276.