The Water Brigade is a ministry designed to serve our community not only by meeting a physical need, but more importantly a spiritual need. We hit the streets handing out cold water, a card and a friendly smile. On the card is a link to this page where people have the opportunity to learn about Jesus being the Living Water for all mankind. We also invite viewers to come and join us on a weekend worship gathering. If this video has impacted you in any way please leave us a comment below.
It began as a vision from Rev. Roberson of Kingdom Life Ministries and he joined with Rev. Moon of Southside Assembly of God to see it come to life. Tibet Avenue had recently been the place of the murder of a young man, Marcus Allen that lived in this neighborhood. Both pastors want Tibet Avenue to be a place where families can attend church, have friendly neighborhood functions, and students can safely walk to and attend school.
With the help of members of each congregation, city officials, and businesses that line Tibet Avenue the cleanup began. People walked the street and cleaned up the roadway, the business areas, the school, and the neighborhoods that line Tibet Avenue. This project was supported by the City of Savannah through the Great Savannah Cleanup. There were many in attendance that day: Aldermen – District 5: Clifton Jones, District 6: Tony Thomas; Mayor Pro Tem Edna Jackson; Largo Tibet Administration-Dr. Andrea DeShazo, Principal and Dr. Melinda Bryan, Asst. Principal and Staff; Colonial Village Neighborhood Watch team leader-Helen Beddow; Chatham Furniture; Savannah Youth University; BP Station; Petway Cleaners; and SunTrust Bank manager Kirk Farkas.
LIFE LINE SCREENING
There is four facts you need to know about stroke prevention.
- 80% of stroke victims had no apparent warning signs.
- Ultrasound screening can help you avoid a stroke.
- Stroke is a leading cause of death and permanent disability.
- Screenings are fast, painless, affordable and convenient.
A stroke screening is coming to our neighborhood
Where: Southside Assembly of God
When: Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Pre-registration is required. Call: 1-800-324-1851
For more information on stroke prevention you can visit Life Line Screening website at LifeLineScreening.com
The JOY Ministry is going to the Mighty Eighty Air Force Museum in Pooler, Georgia located about a 18 minute drive form historic downtown Savannah, Georgia. JOY is a adult ministry of Southside for those 50 and above.
On Saturday June 12th at 12:00pm we will meet at the Cracker Barrel for lunch located at I95 and HWY 80 exit 102 in Pooler, Georgia. After lunch we will then go to the Mighty Eighty Air Force Museum at 2:00pm. For those who would like to have lunch and fellowship but can’t stay the entire time for the museum visit please come along. The cost to enter the museum is $8.00 per person for a 2 hour guided tour. Invite a friend or family member to come along, all are welcome. If you are planing on going to the museum and/or having lunch please contact Merlin Goss with the following information. This is one outing you will not want to miss.
1. If you are going? 2. How many in you party? 3. Do you plan on going just to lunch or both?
You can email Merlin at (booth39fcg [at] aol [dot] com) with this information ASP so she can make reservations.
We would encourage you to visit the Mighty Eight Air Force Museum on the internet before going for some of their amazing story at Mighty Eighty
The Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum
The Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum preserves for all Americans the stories of courage, character and patriotism displayed by the men and women of the Eighth Air Force from World War II to the present.
The Museum treasures and teaches these values for all generations.
The Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum’s vision is to sustain our cultural heritage, support a lifelong character education, and to be a center of community engagement.