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This sanctuary became a spiritual haven for civil rights activists when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. served as senior pastor in the 1960s. On the self-guided audio tour, King's inspirational sermons will take visitors back in time, while the new...more
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The interior of the church was a visit in living color!! I remember the black and white footage shown to T.V. of the past, but to see it in person added another dimension to what I remember from the past. Imagining the pulpit/dais with MLK...More
Its always exciting to visit areas where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made his life long impact. He grew up in this chircj and preached here. It is wel kept and is still functional and well kept. My family enjoyed all of the sights during...More
A moving experience with so much that can be learned.
In this time of political unrest, it was inspiring to see/learn how powerful the voices of "We The People" can be.
I highly recommend going downstairs to hear the reenactment of Kings greatest speech. The...More
I had heard for years about this church and it truly touched my heart to visit here. It is well maintained and highly respectful of Martin Luther King and his family. This is an important place to visit in Atlanta.
It gave me goosebumps to be in the church where both Martin Luther King Jr and his father ministered. I felt privileged to be there. This is something for all ages. It is important to remember the legacy of MLK, Jr.