Newberrians march to Miller Chapel A.M.E. from Bethlehem Baptist for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The annual Martin Luther King Jr. march continued from Bethlehem Baptist to Miller Chapel A.M.E. Monday morning.
Children also participated in the Martin Luther King Jr. day march in Newberry.
Miller Chapel A.M.E. was filled with people Monday morning for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. program.
Grace Lutheran’s pastor Dr. David Seymour read from the Old Testament Monday at the MLK program.
The Rev. Elizabeth Morgan from St. Luke Episcopal read from the New Testament Monday at the MLK program.
The Rev. C.W. Wilson read scriptures during the MLK program Monday.
There was plenty of singing and entertainment at the MLK program Monday including one young boy who showed off his drum skills.
Sims Chapel Young Adult Choir performed a worship song for the program.
United Voices singers put a twist on an old hymn for the MLK program.
The Rev. Nura Ray Matthews spoke at the MLK program encouraging people to remember the late Reverend.
The Newberry Mass Choir sang a song at the MLK program.
The young and older united to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The audience responds to the litany delivered by Pastor Geneva Ware.
New Vision Ministries sings for the MLK program.
Dr. Bennie Goggans was the guest speaker at the MLK program Monday.
Dr. Bennie Goggans recognized his fellow graduates from the Class of 1970 in Newberry.
Johnnie Gray received a special high school diploma for his wife, Beunelle Riggins Gray, who did not receive her diploma due to being expelled for her stance on Civil Rights.