Oklahoma Tornado Relief Concert Is Saturday

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Walk In God’s Agape Love Ministries along with Tiny and The Mighty Saints have teamed up with U.S. Courier Trucks in an effort to assist residents of Oklahoma City who were left homeless due to the tornadoes in the area.  Project Oklahoma kicked off July 15 at Turner Field in Atlanta with a Pep Rally and Praise and Worship Service.  Thanks to Turner Field, Atlantans were able to come out and donate water, food, clothes, toys, toiletries, school supplies, appliances, furniture etc. to this cause.  

The tour is coming to Chattanooga to the New Monumental Baptist Church, where the Senior Pastor Is Roderick L. Ware, on Saturday at 4 p.m.   The church is at 901 Woodmore Lane. For more information call the church at 629-6106 or email dahatten@gmail.com.  To learn more on how to help, contact Tiny & The Mighty Saints at 404.786-2137 or 404.786-3146.



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