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My Voice Matters presents Millennial Brunch Mixer, a brunch connecting black millennials, and engaging one another in an atmosphere that promotes Connection, Community, Conversation & Consciousness. Join us on Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 11:00am – 1:00pm at The Library Coffee Bar located at 2612 Scott St, Houston, TX 77004. The event is FREE so please RSVP by September 10th at MyVoiceMatters.org. Anyone not able to attend the mixer is encouraged to take the survey on MyVoiceMatters.org. RSVP TODAY!
Are you ready for some football! The UPWARD Flag Football and Cheerleading season is right around the corner, and we can’t wait to share God’s love as boys and girls “play with purpose”! The season is October 5th - November 16th, with evaluations and orientation September 28th at 1 pm in the Gym. The cost is $45 per player. Financial assistance is available and beginners are welcome. For additional information and to register, click the button below. See you on the field! Register Your Child Today! Become a Volunteer Today!
Join us October 18 -19, 2019 at the Sugar Land Marriott Hotel for food, games, prizes, dancing, fellowship and a great seminar on “Understanding Your Spouse”, but most importantly spending a great night with your spouse. The cost of the Retreat is $250.00 per couple. A $100.00 non-refundable deposit per couple is required for registration. You have the option to pay in full, or pay a deposit then split the balance into two payments of $100.00 paid (overtime), full payment required by the deadline of September 22, 2019. Register today! Register Today!
The Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church in partnership with Baylor College of Medicine, Houston Health Department, Harris Health Systems, Hope for Families, Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, and District D City Councilman Dwight Boykins have joined together for our Annual Prostate Screening event on Saturday, September 28th from 9am - 3pm at Good Hope MBC. Black men are twice as likely to die from prostate cancer than white men and have the highest death rate from the disease among all racial or ethnic groups in the United States. The American Cancer Society recommend that the discussion about screening should take [...]