Our mission to help alleviate the negative effects of poverty and violence in the community and empower our students to access the gifts within and express themselves through the arts.
This tutoring program is designed help youth overcome academic challenges in all topics, particularly those dealing with the effects and educational losses due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Intervention and training program for 4th-12th grade girls teaching them to know and love themselves and developing in them life skills so they can and fulfill their God-given purpose. We meet with them weekly from August to June. We end each year with a cotillion in which we secure formal dresses, a beautician, etc. for them to be honored as princesses, to show what they have learned for the year, to honor our graduating high school seniors as debutantes and award them with college or trade school scholarships and provide summer job placement and mentoring until age 25 or self-sufficiency (whichever comes first). After end of the year programming, we meet food, clothing and hygiene needs throughout the Summer months to our youth who lack support for their basic needs being met outside of the school year.
Girls ages 5-15 years learn to work together as a team, learning dance steps, but also life lessons about friendship and unity.
Intervention and training program for 4th-12th grade boys. We meet with them weekly from August to June to train, mentor, empower them to become strong, successful men who will positively impact their families and community. We secure suits and ties for the them and honor them through an annual rites of passage ceremony to empower them, summer job training and placement, college or trade school scholarships for graduating seniors, mentoring until age 25 or self-sufficiency (whichever comes first). After end of the year programming, we meet food, clothing and hygiene needs throughout the Summer months to our youth who lack support for their basic needs being met outside of the school year.
Held every first Saturday in August, this event, now in its 18th year, is one the oldest and largest back to school events in the city. It is designed to provide children and families of Avondale and surrounding communities with everything they need to have a successful start to the school year. We share the love of Christ to our community by giving students Pre-K through 12th grade a back pack full of school supplies and a wealth of health and safety information.
Prayer teams and warriors throughout the city are asked pray simultaneously on the 4 corners of every community in the Cincinnati area monthly according to 1 Chronicles 9:24 "The gatekeepers were on the four sides, to the east, west, north and south."
Piano, drum, guitar, and voice will be held as individual lessons once weekly for 30 minute Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 3:30-6:30 p.m. Dance lessons will be held in groups (beginners and intermediate) once weekly on Mondays for beginners and Wednesdays for intermediate students from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.