Bishop Paul S. Morton is the keynote speaker for the Ben Hill United Methodist Church Martin Luther King Day Program on Jan. 20, at 10 a.m. “Continuing the Legacy of Faith, Hope, and Love”1st Corinthians 13:13. is the theme of the annual MLK program that will be held in the Ben Hill UMC Sanctuary at 2099 Fairburn Rd SW Atlanta 30331. The public is invited to attend.
The Sr. Pastor of Changing A Generation Full Gospel Baptist Church, Bishop Morton is also a gifted and anointed singer with six Stellar Awards to his credit and was recently nominated for a 2014 Grammy Award. He is the founding President of the Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship International. Born in Ontario, Canada, he relocated to New Orleans, Louisiana in 1972. After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Bishop Morton relocated to Atlanta to open his current church. He co-pastors with his wife Debra Morton, the Greater St. Stephens Missionary Baptist Church in New Orleans, a church where he was senior pastor for thirty three years.
The Ben Hill Visual Arts Ministry will host “MLK Freedom Café” an evening of Art, the music styling of RSVP, Spoken Word and a MLK Interactive Art Expression Room on Jan. 18 from 5-8 PM in the church Fellowship Hall. The suggested donation is $5 per person. Light refreshments will be served.
The Visual Arts Ministry’s MLK Artist Showcase will continue through Jan. 20 with the art gallery on display in the BHUMC Fellowship Hall.
For more information regarding the MLK Day Program contact chairperson Martha Bell at email@example.com or the Ben Hill UMC church office at 404 344-0618. Rev Byron E. Thomas, Senior Pastor of Ben Hill United Methodist Church