MLK Weekend

MLK Racial Reconciliation Lunch

Sunday, January 14, 2018 | Noon | Mulberry Dining Room

Join us for the 3rd Annual MLK Racial Reconciliation Lunch after worship on January 14th (Mulberry Campus).
Joao Chaves Ph.D. Professor at Baptist University of the Americas will be our featured speaker. His research focuses on racialized attitudes, memory, racial imagination, and envisioning together paths toward unity. Dr. Chaves will be speaking on “The State of the Race: Racial Difference and the Challenge of Gospel Justice.”

Click here to RSVP for MLK Lunch

On Monday, January 15th, Trinity Baptist will participate in the citywide MLK March. The march will begin at 10 am at the MLK Academy located at 3501 MLK Drive and end at Pittman-Sullivan Park.

If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Rice at 210-738-7740. 

Love is creative and redemptive. Love builds up and unites; hate tears down and destroys. The aftermath of the ‘fight with fire’ method which you suggest is bitterness and chaos, the aftermath of the love method is reconciliation and creation of the beloved community. Physical force can repress, restrain, coerce, destroy, but it cannot create and organize anything permanent; only love can do that. Yes, love—which means understanding, creative, redemptive goodwill, even for one’s enemies—is the solution to the race problem. –Martin Luther King, Jr., 1957