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Hartford City Mission
2nd Annual "Friends of Hartford City Mission" Brunch Event! PDF Print E-mail

You are cordially invited to attend the 2nd Annual “Friends of Hartford City Mission” Brunch Event!

Please join us for a catered brunch on Saturday, November 1, 2014, from 10:00am – 12:15pm at Phillips CME Church, 2500 Main Street, Hartford (free parking available in lot; entrance in back/east side)

As an integral part of our Hartford City Mission (HCM) community, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to be together as we:

  1. Provide annual gathering to “connect” the friends of HCM—prayer partners, donors, volunteers, board members, staff and new constituents
  2. Share the past and current ministry impact of HCM to “celebrate” God’s gospel work in the Northeast Neighborhood because of the investment of all our constituents
  3. “Cultivate” a galvanizing vision for HCM’s community of friends through articulating our strategic plan for the future... both short-term and long-term
  4. Offer opportunity for friends to “commit” their support to HCM—through prayer, by volunteering, in financial donations and networking

 

We hope to see you November 1st!  You will enjoy a delicious catered meal prepared by one of our “Friends of HCM.”  There is no cost to attend the brunch; yet, an opportunity will be given to donate to HCM and/or commit to financial support of this gospel-centered, wholistic ministry in Hartford’s North End.

Please Register for this event by clicking here.
Registration Deadline:  October 27, 2014.

 
Welcome PDF Print E-mail

Hartford City Mission (HCM) is dedicated to transforming the spiritual, educational and social fabric of the North End of Hartford. HCM demonstrates the love of Jesus in practical, sustainable ways that offer the community HOPE through the empowering gospel of God’s grace and truth. This faith-based, non-profit is driven to identify and recognize existing positive characteristics in the neighborhood that can be used to develop or enhance the community as a whole. This approach, reflecting the human dignity and values inherent in any neighborhood, is often referred to as “Asset Based Community Development” (ABCD). Executive Director Tom Kubiak leads this vibrant organization of more than 75 volunteers, with seven (7) full time and part time staff. Together they are developing the next generation of indigenous leaders in the North End who will advocate for peace, justice and goodness in their own community.

We welcome you to find out more information about our programs, glance through our photo gallery, investigate how you might get involved and please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.

 

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