Rev. Dr. William Barber II. Barber, hailed by many to be this generation’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Barber will be the morning teacher and afternoon preacher. Barber, relying on both scripture and the guarantees of the Constitution of the United States, will help make the connections of head and heart about issues of poverty and systemic racism as well as other social justice issues that need Christian moral influence in our day. Afternoon worship will feature Disciples on Campus students and the excellent Chapman University Singers. Online registration and additional information can be found at www.chapman.edu/founders-day.
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