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St. Francis Medical Center Celebrates Martin Luther King Day

The St. Francis Medical Center Chapel was filled with the sound of young student's voices as the Trenton Catholic Academy choir joined with the community to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King on Thursday, January 15, 2015. The service was officiated by Reverend Archie McBride, Pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church in Bordentown and featured Reverend John R. Taylor, Pastor of Friendship Baptist Church in Trenton.

The Trenton Catholic Academy choir joined in the service and sang several selections for the congregation such as “I Give Myself Away,” and “We Shall Overcome”.  The choir is directed by Susan King and accompanied by Sherrod Cotton.  The most famous public speech referred to as “I Have a Dream” delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King on August 28, 1963 was read in its entirety by Trenton Catholic Academy students Rontia Logan and Emett Fireall.

“Worship is about word and song and we certainly had both here today!” said Executive Director of Mission and Ministry at St. Francis Medical Center, Russ Hansel.

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