Miami Rescue Mission To Celebrate Black History Month With The Homeless Of South Florida
Friday, February 25th beginning at 4:00 PM â€“ Childrenâ€™s Program.
Saturday, February 26th beginning at 6:00 PM â€“ Adult Program.
Miami Rescue Missionâ€™s Community Activity Center
2025 NW 1st Avenue Miami, FL 33127
Celebrations will be held on back to back days to recognize the importance of African Americans in United States History.
Miami Rescue Mission/Broward Outreach Centers as well as Salvation Army, Camillus House and Community Partnership for Homeless.
The Miami Rescue Mission will be hosting two celebrations on its campus for Black History Month that will help include individuals currently served by their programs but also those served by the Salvation Army, Camillus House and Community Partnership for Homeless.
Fridayâ€™s event will be celebrated by the youth who attend Miami Rescue Missionâ€™s afterschool programs; they will be performing for guests by reading poetry, dancing, singing and other live entertainment. Parents and families of the children, as well as the general public, are encouraged to attend.
Those in attendance of Saturdayâ€™s event will be the formerly homeless men, women and children who currently reside at the three campuses of Miami Rescue Mission/Broward Outreach Centers in Miami, Hollywood and Pompano Beach. In addition to those formerly homeless, individuals from the Salvation Army, Camillus House and Community Partnership for Homeless will also be in attendance with the number of individuals scheduled to be well over 300. Saturdayâ€™s event, â€œA Night of Praise in Black History,â€ will see performances and live entertainment from various groups and churches such as St. Ruth Baptist Church, Spirit of Christ, Mt. Pisgah, Dr. Beverly McClain as a soloist and Miami Rescue Missionâ€™s own ReGeneration Band and Singers that is comprised of formerly homeless residents.