Service for a Century
"What Are You Doing for Others?"
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy of service
and to commemorate Rectory’s Centennial year,
you are invited to join
A RECTORY COMMUNITY, WORLD-WIDE CENTENNIAL SERVICE PROJECT
View the video invitation from Mr. Williams below.
Dr. King's “most persistent” question guides us each year since 2010 when Head of School Fred Williams set the federal holiday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a day of service for the Rectory community.
It’s Rectory’s Centennial year, and we invite our world-wide community—alumni, students and families, former faculty and staff, trustees, friends—to answer Dr. King’s question by participating in this decade-long Rectory tradition.
When: During January 2021
What: Perform an act of service and add it to our goal of 100
How: Email your name, service, location, and optional photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
Help us reach our goal of 100 acts of service for Rectory's 100 years!