Community Block Party Brings Healing, Change and Progress to the City
(From left to right): Reginald Young, Bessine Littlefield-Richard and Dion Taylor at Anne Shirrels Park Community Center at the Community Block Party, September 2017.
SAN BERNARDINO, CA- (EMPIRE NEWS NETWORK (ENN)- The SB Pastors United hosted another Community Block Party on Saturday, April 28. The event was held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Highland Pacific Elementary School located at 3340 Pacific Street in Highland.
“We are bringing God back into our schools and community,” Reginald Young explains. “The Pastors in Unity and solidarity is taking a stance against violence on our youth and in our community. We invited the community to come out and join us, and they did.”
There was free food, free groceries, free shoes, free clothes and free health checks. There was also a life-saving message by Bishop Ernest Dowdy of Church of the Living God, as well as powerful gospel music, dancing and good fellowship, face painting, free prizes, much fun!
The SB Pastors United were also be in attendance at the San Bernardino 2018 State of the City address, on Friday, April 27 at the SB International Airport. Along with two other agencies, SBPU was recognized for making a difference in the community.
SBPU has been devoted to making a difference in the lives of the residence in the City. You are invited to come out and see what's going on in your city and be a part of the solution. Let us join together in unity and solitary; let’s not just talk about it but be about it.
“It’s going to take the whole village to turn our community around. SBPU is here to help make a difference in our community by providing “Healing, Change and Progress” to the City of San Bernardino. Good things are coming out of San Bernardino,” Young said.
Please preregister by phone, email or visit www.sbpastorsunited.org. To volunteer for the next event on June 23rd at La Placita Park, call (909) 353-7977.