God Belongs in my City Prayer Walk Set for Oct 17

Posted: Thursday, October 15, 2015 8:45 am From Staff Reports Christian rapper Bryan “Young Saint” Carter will help lead a group of people who will participate in the God Belongs in My City—Louisville prayer walk, Sunday, Oct. 17. Prayer walks will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the following churches: Urban Ministry Center, 2900 Slevin Street; Sanctuary Church, 636 Barret Ave.; …

Prayer Walk Draws Hundreds to Waterfront Park

By Jessica Able, Record Staff Writer Praise music wafted in the air and loud, affirming “amens” sprang up from the crowd of people gathered on the Great Lawn in downtown Louisville Aug. 3. About 400 people gathered at Waterfront Park to take part in the “God Belongs in My City” prayer walk. Karen Brawner, one of the event’s organizers, addressed …

God Belongs in My City Meets to Pray for Louisville

Posted: Wednesday, July 17, 2013 11:01 am By Ruth Schenk | rschenk@secc.org When members of a youth group in New York City saw an atheist advertisement campaign in the subway that said, “A million New Yorkers are good without God, are you?” they asked their youth pastor what they should do about it. Two weeks later, some 1,500 young people …

Volunteers hand out meals to 500 people in Shelby Park

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — The Love Transformation Project reached out to community members in need Sunday as part of Christmas outreach in Louisville’s Shelby Park. More than 100 volunteers fed 400-500 people and also handed out clothes and gifts. The Love Transformation Project typically helps the homeless and less-fortunate children. Santa Claus was also on hand Sunday, as well as local Christian rappers. You can …