THE WESTIN SEATTLE
HONORING THE COURAGEOUS LEADERSHIP 
OF REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
50 YEARS AFTER HIS ASSASINATION
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Registration cost
Individual Registration      -  $50
Students Registration        -  $30
Table Sponsor (10 seats)  -  $500

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7728 Rainier Ave. South Seattle, WA 98118
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Our Mission
To unite corporate, business, non-profit, church communities together as well as the community-at-large to celebrate the spiritual legacy of
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., focus on his work in justice and to recognize and honor community, corporate and business members furthering justice and reconciliation. To cover the expenses of the event, and support the education of young, emerging leaders from the Seattle area. 
Our 6th  Annual   ​Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast    PRESENTED BY  The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Planning Committee, Business Advisory Committee, Mountaintop Committee,  Ministries of Reconciliation at Urban Impact and the Community Leaders Roundtable of Seattle, in cooperation  with the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee. 
 
Chairman  ​​Allen  A. Belton

​​Allen  A. Belton, Ministries of Reconciliation with Urban Impact. Allen is an ordained minister and graduate of Patten University, Oakland. He is an ambassador of reconciliation. For more than 50 years, he and his wife, Margaret, have lead in many settings to illustrate the depths of love and forgiveness found when we reconcile with eachother.  Whether it be in issues of racism or broken relationships, Allen has courageously fought to generate this healing work throughout his lifetime. In 2012, Allen hosted the first Prayer Breakfast to gather the community in celebration of Dr. King's work that still exists today. 

Keynote Speaker
Father Stephen V. Sundborg, of the Society of Jesus, is serving in his 21st year as president of Seattle University.  He leads a comprehensive, independent, Jesuit Catholic university of 7,500 undergraduate and graduate students and 1,300 faculty and staff members.

In addition to his responsibilities as Seattle University president, Father Sundborg serves on the Boards of United Way of King County, the Independent Colleges of Washington; is a trustee of Lakeside School, the Fulcrum Foundation, the University of San Francisco, and Georgetown University.

President Sundborg was ordained in Seattle in 1974 and completed his doctoral studies in spirituality at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome in 1982.  He taught theology at Seattle University from 1982-1990 and served as provincial of the Northwest Jesuits 1990‑1996.

A native of Alaska, Father Sundborg, whose father was an author of the Alaska State Constitution, is the 21st president to lead Seattle University since it was founded in 1891.
    

Father Steven V. Sundborg

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Martha Weiss - mlkbreakfastseattle@gmail.com  //  425.485.7872

 
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