A leader in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and the man that served as the interim pastor of the South Carolina church were nine people were killed by a white supremacist will be the featured speaker for the annual Geneva Martin Luther King Day March and Memorial Service.
Norvel Goff Sr., a former Rochester pastor, now oversees 31-South Carolina Churches. He’ll discuss how love and community overcame the hate of the shooter.
Monday’s march begins at 9:30 at the Public Safety Building.
For the first time the march stops at the new MLK memorial in Bicentennial Park where City Councilor Mark Gramling will speak.
The worship service, at the United Methodist Church at 340 Main Street, begins at 11.
A fellowship dinner takes place following the worship service.