Acts4Youth hosts several events to draw attention to the needs of the youth it serves.
Restoration Tours - October 14 and December 2
God’s presence brings restoration. In the midst of news reports filled with violence, crime, and injustice, it could be convenient to overlook God’s imprint on Baltimore City and lose sight of his redemptive purposes.
Kevin Good, who has lived in the city for 20 years, will narrate a trip in Pen Lucy and nearby neighborhoods in one of Acts4Youth’s vans, sharing stories of faith, perseverance, triumph and tragedy. Afterwards, an Acts4Youth staff person who grew up in a similar neighborhood will share the great potential he sees for youth to become assets in their communities.
These interactive tours and discussions will give you a chance to look beyond the reports and engage your mind and heart in the many challenges facing youth in our city.
A simple lunch will follow the program.
We will meet at Faith Christian Fellowship Church, 505 E. 42nd St., Baltimore
To RSVP, register here.
Acts4Youth Benefit Dinner
This year's benefit dinner was held on May 3rd at Loyola University. The guest speaker was Chief Melvin Russell, commander of the Baltimore Police Department’s Community Partnership’s Division. Chief Russell is bringing together communities, faith leaders, and police to imporve Baltimore. During his tenure, the all volunteer chaplain corps has grown from a handful to more than 100.
Chief Russell follows a line up of inspirational local speakers. In 2016 our keynote speaker was former Baltimore City mayor Kurt Schmoke and in 2015 it was author and radio program host Wes Moore.
Please look for information about the 2018 benefit dinner to come out soon. The 2018 dinner will be held in late March or early April.