Join Leadership Westerville and the MLK Legacy Project for our 15th Annual Westerville Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast Celebration for an inspiring morning focused on the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Hear from keynote speaker Pastor Vaughn Bell of Triumphant Church of God, enjoy music from the Tony Hagood, all over a delicious breakfast buffet.

This year’s there is inspired from Dr. King’s 1967 book titled “Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?”

PASTOR BELL’S BIO: A native of Columbus, Ohio, Pastor Bell has served as an ordained member of the clergy since 2002. In 2005 Pastor Bell became the establishing pastor of the Triumphant Church of God in Westerville, Ohio. Pastor Bell’s ministry and civic involvement includes serving as a member of the Governing Board of Directors of the Ohio Ministries of the Church of God, a member of the Central District Credentials Committee, and the current president of the Westerville Area Ministerial Association. As Chairman of the Leadership Westerville Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Project, Pastor Bells sits on the board of directors for Leadership Westerville and the leadership steering team for the Westerville Beloved Community Network. Pastor Bell is a member of the City of Westerville’s Diversity Advisory Committee and is a community representative assisting the Westerville Division of Police with the oral boards for prospective officers.

Thank you for your consideration, and we look forward to your participation in what is sure to be an uplifting event for our community.

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January 20, 2020 - 8:00 am

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Villa Milano Banquet & Confereance Center

1630 Schrock Rd.
United States
P: (614) 882-2058
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