Do you mind being set free? That can happen when you come to the
F R E E D O M C O N C E R T!
This music has both pumped up a large crowed and powerfully ministered. I attended every freedom concert held at HopeNYC and can share that these artists are truly some of the best in the Caribbean!
This concert is for EVERYBODY and all ages. Dance the night away with your family and celebrate the freedom of Independence Day a week early!
There will also be food and vendors with cool things to look at around the concert area!
The address, HopeNYC website, phone number and ticket info is all on the graphic above ⬆️ This is going to be an amazing outdoor concert and you are in for a good time!
P R O M O V I D E O
A few from the 100s of pictures from the past years!
I love watching this video! Kids from HopeNYC describe their moms and wish them an early Happy Mother’s Day! Most of these parents attended yesterday’s dance where this video was first viewed. Hopers! Find your child or yourself or just hear all of them!
The dance was such a beautiful experience! Proceeds went towards HopeNYC’s International Missions Ministry who partnered with the ZionProject to help rescue sex trafficking victims. Some girls get trapped into it while some are sold by their own parents in an effort to provide for the other siblings in the family. Mothers were honored and treated like royalty last night at HopeNYC while giving towards the cause. Wildfire; the teen ministry of the church made the night into an elegant experience executing beautiful hospitality. Gentlemen escorted the mothers upstairs to their table. The girls attended to the needs of the guest and served the three course meal with the gentlemen joining in. There were gifts for every lady in the room; mom or not. There were special awards for our beautiful pastor, the lady crowned for mother of the year and gentleman of the night. There was also a crowning for best dressed. Entertainment was smooth! Reggae was performed live by Art Crawford and Eddie Neblett with DJ Mark Xclusive. The night could not have ended until the well-known reggae song: She’s Royal was played. It was all a wonderful night filled with entertainment, raffles, decorations, great food, exquisite gowns, dancing, relaxation, appreciation, love, photos…. check out the pictures! Also stay tuned on the HopeNYC website and Facebook for their upcoming Mother’s day service!