2021 WSAZ Celebrating ML King Holiday

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) – A day used to remember a Civil Rights activist falls during a time where gathering in large numbers is a no-no.

When it comes to celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day, you may need to get creative.

One Charleston pastor says there are many routes to the same destination.

“It’s a nice place for us to pause and reflect upon his life his legacy and his example,” said Pastor Matthew J. Watts of Grace Bible Church in Charleston.