4th Annual Geneva Community Block Party This Weekend

This weekend, over ten churches will be coming together as one, and putting on one of the largest revivals in the City of Geneva for the fourth year in a row.Project Restore, which will take place on Saturday, August 23 from 11 AM to 7 PM and Sunday, August 24 from 11 AM to 5 PM at the Genesee Park will be filled with live musical entertainment, speakers, food vendors, performances, and so much more. Last year, hundreds of individuals joined together for the event as the Block Party received the support of 16 different churches and nine affiliates, attracting 20 vendors, 17 entertainment groups, 18 speakers and a slew of donations. “Our mission is to come together as one church with all things in common and through the Power of one heart and one mind to win the souls of our community over to Christ, restore the hope of our people, renew our family connections, and rebuild our communities’ unity,” said Pastor Steve Brown from the Divine Ministries Church.A donation table will be stationed at Project Restore for families in need. Prior to the community block event, there will be a vacation Bible school held for children ages 4-10 at the Genesee Park from August 20-22 from 6 PM to 8 PM. Parental supervision is encouraged but not required. Parents are welcomed to stay and mingle as their children enjoy crafts, music, stories and snacks.“We would love to see as many churches come together as possible to help serve the kids of Geneva. It is about the kids. This gives children a safe, clean fun where kids can come together- kids are just as important as anyone else- generation for tomorrow see adults and churches working together they will be able to pay it forward to their generation and beyond,” said Karen Andrews of the Assembly of God Church on Pre-Emption Road.

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