SW Community Church Fall Report 2018


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Submitted by Allen Pontarelli

We are partnering with Potters House Middle School with a prayer and encouragement initiative in the local community.

We have set up huge mailboxes in the center of the neighborhood for residents to leave and write prayer requests and pick up encouragement cards with Gods Word in them. SW Community Church will pray for all requests that come in and will follow up with those that ask.

Just a simple but beautiful way to share love of Christ with Neighborhood.

We also are finishing up an 8 week character building curriculum with 9 at risk youth from local area. Pilot program to best serve the young men of the local community. It is called Roots and is rooted in the Word of God. Hoping it goes well so we can get our feet in the door at public school.


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