The Kansas African American Museum will hold its annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on Saturday, January 19, 2019.
United We Stand
“Join us as we gather to celebrate the life and reflect on the legacy of history’s
most thought-provoking civil rights leader
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at
Chapel Hill United Methodist Church,
1550 N. Chapel Hill, Wichita, KS 67206”
The celebration will include performances local and regional groups and remarks from local leaders, including Governor-elect Laura Kelly.
- The Lincoln University Vocal Ensemble “LUVE” a nationally recognized HBCU ensemble performing from a wide range of musical styles including choral, jazz, gospel and spirituals.
- Gov. Elect of Kansas Laura Kelly
- Rev. Dr. Kevass J. Harding, Senior Pastor Dellrose United Methodist Church
- Mr. Roy Moye III
- Ms. Sheila Kinnard
- Proverbs 21 Dance Ministry
- TKAAM 601 N. Water St.
- P&P Seed and Bait 1901 E 21st St N
- Urban Prep Academy, 2821 E 24th St N
- Calvary Baptist Church,2653 N Hillside St
- Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2727 E 25th St N
- Tabernacle Bible Church 1817 Volutsia
- Dellrose United Methodist Church, 1502 Dellrose
- QuikTrip at Central and Oliver
- QuikTrip at Kellogg and Hillside
- QuikTrip at Broadway and Kellogg
The MLK program will be held at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, January 19, 2019.
Chapel Hill UMC is located at 1550 N. Chapel Hill, Wichita, KS 67206