Join the Unitarian Society of Germantown on Monday, Jan. 21, to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King by working together to serve our communities in Northwest Philadelphia.
Every year for over two decades, more than 500 volunteers have come to USG, on Lincoln Drive at Wayne Avenue, to participate in MLK Day of Service Projects both on-site at the church and off-site at locations nearby.
Visit www.mlkphillyuus.org to see this year’s projects and also pre-register. Pre-registration closes at noon on Saturday, Jan. 19.
On-site registration and check-in Jan. 21 will begin at 8 a.m. with coffee, bagels and other light refreshments. A brief non-denominational worship service will begin at 9 a.m., led by Rev. Kent Matthies, focusing on Dr. King’s life and accomplishments.
Projects last for varying amounts of time. Most will be completed before 12:30 p.m.
The Martin Luther King Day of Service is a wonderful opportunity to affirm your support for the values of justice and compassion that ran through the life and legacy of Dr. King. Please join us!