Obama plans rare appearance Sunday at a church in the District
By Hamil R. Harris
President Obama will deliver remarks about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Sunday morning when he appears at a church in the District for the second time since he was inaugurated and the third since his election.
As president-elect, Obama and his family attended services once at Nineteenth Street Baptist Church, a Northwest Washington institution that is one of the oldest historically black churches in the District. They attended Easter services at the historic St. John's Episcopal Church near the White House.
The White House did not disclose the name of the church Obama will attend Sunday.
Hamil R. Harris
January 16, 2010; 11:13 PM ET
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