July 24, 2023 - BALTIMORE MD
When the Church works together to do what matters, we uplift our community and change people's lives. And others notice, just as th scriptures teach (Acts 2:42-47). That's how we make an impact and win souls for Christ..
Bro. Harris joined us for our backpack giveaway and his observations are noted in the article linked below.
When we do something to give back, inspire, and uplift our people, we can and will see the change in our communities that we desire. Let us always strive to demonstrate the best in God's kingdom!
June 15, 2023 - BALTIMORE MD
The Church of Christ in Sandtown has once again teamed up with the Easterwood Recreation Center (North Bentalou Street in West Baltimore) to deliver arts programming for Baltimore's youth. The program begins July 5th and runs through August 4th,. As a part of the Easterwood Recreation Center's Summer STEAM Program, the Church of Christ uin Sandtown CCPP team will teach young people creative ways to think about structural engineering, how to make craft items, painting technique, and artistic design. The CCPP Art program runs from 1pm to 3pm each weekday afternoon.
November 10, 2022 - BALTIMORE MD
The Church of Christ in Sandtown has begun the renovation of its new building at 801 N. Mount Street in West Baltimore. The interior demolition, a new rook, and now a new facade.
The congregation looks forward to when it can open the doors and begin to worship in person at the Mount Street location. In the meantime, virtual worship continues online via Zoom and YouTube, Sundays at 9:45am for Bible study and 11am for worship.
August 10, 2022 - BALTIMORE MD
This week, the Church of Christ in Sandtown kicked off its first STE(A)M Camp for elementary and middle school children. The week's topics are computer technology and the arts, and the children will create their own websites featuring artwork they create.
Held at the Easterwood Recreation Center on Bentalou Street on the West Side, the camp is a component of the church's Career and College Prep Program (CCPP), planting seeds and getting community members ready to be productive through education, career readiness, and entrepreneurship.
The CCPP is funded in part by Bell Trust.
August 8, 2022 - BALTIMORE MD
On Saturday, the Church of Christ in Sandtown held its 6th annual Backpack and School Supply Giveaway on the grounds of the newly acquired site at 801 N. Mount Street. With over 75 community members pre-registering via EventBrite, hundreds more came to celebrate and equip the children.
Roughly 300 backpacks filled with school supplies were distributed to grade school (PreK-12) children in the Sandtown-Winchester and Harlem Park communities of West Baltimore. The community also enjoyed games, face painting, and refreshments.
February 8, 2022 - BALTIMORE MD
After five years worshipping and serving the community out of the Lillian Jones Recreation Center, the Church of Christ in Sandtown now has a new home! Church leadership has acquired a building in the Sandtown/Harlem Park community -- a home base where we can worship and study, conduct community outreach, and implement free programming for the community. We are so blessed and grateful to God for providing what is needed.
Several months of renovations will be required before we can begin using the building, and we are calling on the brotherhood to support these efforts.
The Church of Christ in Sandtown (501(c)3) is not just a church – it is a mission of community outreach and service! Even without a permanent worship and outreach center, this small congregation has been able to implement its mission to aid the communities of Sandtown-Winchester and Harlem Park with:
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