Saturday, September 17, 2016

Gospel Jam Helps Kids Get Ready for School

Tunes the Clown

Blogger's Note: The following was provided by Bethel Community Church of Pottstown.
BCCP Pastor Vernon Ross, who sported
face paint, with Emanuel
Pottstown School Board

Late last month, Bethel Community Church of Pottstown held a Back to school Gospel Jam.

It was designed to help students grow spiritually, build relationships, and have fun in a safe environment. 

 In addition, all students received a Back Pack filled with necessary school supplies.

The event moved from the Social Hall to the Sanctuary for worship where 11 youth committed their lives to Christ and to live a productive life.

The youth enjoyed Gospel DJ Craig, Tunes the Clown - Vernon Morrison, Jared Bostick, gospel rap artist, David Charles, gospel rap artist, and evangelist Kim Graham. 
Students helped choose goals for the school year.
They also enjoyed gospel story telling, Tamika Summers and Gospel Singers, Reverend Robert Pinkney, senior chaplain for Philadelphia Phillies, and Tameka Ferebee, gospel soloist, writer, producer, and musician.

With parents, grandparents, and students, there were close to 100 in attendance. 

Great food and fun was had by all.

The church had Back Packs for 108 students all donated by members and friends of BCCP.

Gospel music of all kinds was performed at the Gospel Jam

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