Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Black History Month
- From the Institute for Peace and Justice, A Call to Discipleship and the Pledge of Nonviolence: Reflections based on John 1:35-42 and the Life of Martin Luther King, Jr.
- From the official Martin Luther King, Jr. website: A Day of Service
- Teaching Tolerance's Do's and Don'ts of Celebrating MLK Day, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center
- Meet the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., an article about the new youth study available at The Thoughtful Christian
- Liturgical resources to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
- The King Center
Every Mountain Made Low: Reflections on Scripture and Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" Speech
Multiracial. Cross-generational. Multicultural. Cross-geographical. This book is all these things and more. This devotional and reflection booklet deals with crucial themes in Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech. The reflections are written by members of the RCA with viewpoints from various races, both genders, and different generations.
If you are looking for ideas regarding Martin Luther King, Jr. day, take a look at This Far by Faith. Worship suggestions are provided for congregations that observe the commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Information is also given for Black History Month (February).
This Far By Faith: An African American Resource for Worship
This hymnal contains both a rich liturgical section as well as a large body of old and new hymns and songs. The collection is divided into three sections: Psalms and Service Music; Hymns and Songs; and National and Cultural Resources. (Published by Augsburg Fortress)