INTERFAITH SERVICE TO HONOR KING’S COMMITMENT TO WORKER JUSTICE rn rnFaith Advocates for Jobs will sponsor a national interfaith service to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and to rededicate ourselves to the struggle for worker justice, which he championed up to his death.rn rnRev. Dr. James Forbes, senior pastor emeritus of Riverside Church in New York City, will deliver the sermon. He will be joined on the pulpit by unemployed workers, Rev. Paul Sherry, national coordinator of Faith Advocates for Jobs, and Dr. Wallace Smith, pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church.rn rnWhen: January 16, 2012, 3:00 p.m.—5:00 p.m.rn rnWhere: Shiloh Baptist Churchrn 1500 Ninth Street, NWrn Washington, D.C. rn rnClosest Metro stop: Shaw on the Yellow Line rn rn rnMusic will be provided by the famed Shiloh Baptist Church Choir directed by Thomas Tyler. The service also will feature Buddhist drummers and a litany from an array of Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Unitarian Universalist and other interfaith leaders. A goodwill offering will be taken during the service. rnrnAs Dr. King said: rn“Our emphasis must turn…to putting people to work…When they are placed in this position, they can then examine how to use their creative energies for the social good.” rnrnFaith Advocates for Jobs is a campaign initiated by Interfaith Worker Justice ( and 40 other organizations to address the severe suffering endured by millions of unemployed workers. For more information, visit rn