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The Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church has been as solid as a rock for more than 124 years. Built on the solid rock of Jesus Christ, Ebenezer has been blessed with pastors who not only preach the Gospel, but take their ministries into the world and speak on behalf of the oppressed, disenfranchised and underprivileged. It was here, from the pulpit of the Heritage Sanctuary, that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached his ministry of nonviolence. Standing at the Rock, he reminded his congregants to lean on the God who delivered them through slavery and who would surely deliver them through the fight for civil rights.
Now, from the pulpit of the Horizon Sanctuary, Senior Pastor Raphael G. Warnock continues Ebenezer’s legacy as a church at the forefront of the fight for social justice. During this time of national distress and international conflict, he stands at the Rock and preaches that God will once again deliver the world through threats to voting rights, war, and unjust conditions that continue the cycle of poverty. Each Sunday, along with it’s members, hundreds of visitors – from around Auburn Avenue and around the globe – stop by Ebenezer to experience its history and to join the church as it strives for Higher Ground. The doors are open to all who will come. Whoever you are, you are welcome at Ebenezer, and you are welcome to lean on the Rock.
The Martin Luther King Sr. Complex a 30,000 – square-foot building is currently under construction located adjacent to Ebenezer Baptist Church’s Horizon Sanctuary. The complex will devote space to a variety of community-based services where families will be able to develop the tools needed to face daily challenges and achieve the results they desire themselves. Initial services will include workforce development and preparation, financial literacy and counsel, education and child welfare. The complex is named to honor the memory of Martin Luther King Sr., an advocate for equal justice who served 44 years as pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church and led the NAACP in Atlanta.
The Martin Luther King Sr. Community Resources Complex allows the congregation of Ebenezer – and the community as whole – to reach beyond the walls of the church to deliver services to families in the community and help empower them toward success.