The Princeton Clergy Association (PCA) will host its annual Interfaith Service in honor of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 16 at 7 p.m. at Princeton United Methodist Church, located at the corner of Vandeventer Avenue and Nassau Street. All are welcome; the church is wheelchair accessible.
“Attendees are encouraged to bring their children, as the service will conclude by 8:30 pm to enable them to go to bed in a timely way on a school night,” says Rev. Robert Moore, treasurer of the PCA and executive director of the Coalition for Peace Action.
The preacher, Minister William D. Carter , is also a singer-songwriter (here is a clip from his concert at the Princeton Shopping Center) and the former minister of music at First Baptist Church of Princeton. Currently he is a third-year student at the Princeton Theological Seminary. He has served in South Africa and directs an organization that plans interfaith events at the United Nations. He is also scheduled to entertain at One Table Cafe, the ‘pay what you can’ dinner program at Trinity Episcopal Church, on Friday, January 20.