“Lord Save My House” Part 2

“Lord Save My House” Part 2

Media Advisory

Greater St Stephen Ministries and NOPD Partner to Highlight Community Policing in Conjunction with School Supply Giveaway in an Effort to Positively Impact Uptown New Orleans

Who: Pastor Debra B. Morton and the Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church

What: Lord, Save My House, Pt. 2, a Free Community-Wide Event in one of New Orleans’ Most Underprivileged Areas

 When:  Saturday, August 6, 2016, 3:00pm-6:00pm

Where: A.L. Davis Park, Washington Avenue and LaSalle Street, New Orleans LA 70117

NEW ORLEANS, La. July 26, 2016 — Pastor Debra B. Morton and Greater St. Stephen Ministries will host a FREE community-wide outreach and back to school event to be held, Saturday, August 6th at A.L. Davis Park, from 3:00pm – 6:00pm. There will be a celebration including Pastor Samuel L. Blakes of New Home Ministries as the speaker, live performances, food, games, activities and family fun for all ages.

This event was created to positively impact families and the uptown New Orleans community, one of the more poverty stricken and socioeconomically deprived communities in the city. Governmental and civic organizations will also be on hand to disseminate information and resources to attendees. NOPD’s Community Policing Advisory Board will speak to attendees on how to properly respond to law enforcement officers. Other participating vendors include: National Alliance on Mental Illness, Orleans Council on Aging, New Orleans Police Department, Daughters of Charity Health Center, NOLA for Life, and The Urban League of Greater New Orleans.

 

This dynamic outreach effort is the vision of Senior Pastor Debra B. Morton. “Lord, Save My House, Pt. 2 is a community-wide outreach effort to empower and strengthen our families, especially our boys and young men, in light of the recent events that have affected them directly, and our country as a whole,” stated Pastor Morton.

 

This community-wide outreach event is free and open to the public.

 

MEDIA INQUIRIES ONLY: Contact Angela L. Young (504) 416-2747 or ayoung1908@aol.comlsmhflyer_web


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“Lord Save My House” Part 2

“Lord Save My House” Part 2

Media Advisory

Greater St Stephen Ministries and NOPD Partner to Highlight Community Policing in Conjunction with School Supply Giveaway in an Effort to Positively Impact Uptown New Orleans

Who: Pastor Debra B. Morton and the Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church

What: Lord, Save My House, Pt. 2, a Free Community-Wide Event in one of New Orleans’ Most Underprivileged Areas

 When:  Saturday, August 6, 2016, 3:00pm-6:00pm

Where: A.L. Davis Park, Washington Avenue and LaSalle Street, New Orleans LA 70117

NEW ORLEANS, La. July 26, 2016 — Pastor Debra B. Morton and Greater St. Stephen Ministries will host a FREE community-wide outreach and back to school event to be held, Saturday, August 6th at A.L. Davis Park, from 3:00pm – 6:00pm. There will be a celebration including Pastor Samuel L. Blakes of New Home Ministries as the speaker, live performances, food, games, activities and family fun for all ages.

This event was created to positively impact families and the uptown New Orleans community, one of the more poverty stricken and socioeconomically deprived communities in the city. Governmental and civic organizations will also be on hand to disseminate information and resources to attendees. NOPD’s Community Policing Advisory Board will speak to attendees on how to properly respond to law enforcement officers. Other participating vendors include: National Alliance on Mental Illness, Orleans Council on Aging, New Orleans Police Department, Daughters of Charity Health Center, NOLA for Life, and The Urban League of Greater New Orleans.

 

This dynamic outreach effort is the vision of Senior Pastor Debra B. Morton. “Lord, Save My House, Pt. 2 is a community-wide outreach effort to empower and strengthen our families, especially our boys and young men, in light of the recent events that have affected them directly, and our country as a whole,” stated Pastor Morton.

 

This community-wide outreach event is free and open to the public.

 

MEDIA INQUIRIES ONLY: Contact Angela L. Young (504) 416-2747 or ayoung1908@aol.comlsmhflyer_web


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