Dream Again Our 8th Annual Brightmoor Blue Jean Benefit Breakfast on December 10, 2022, from 10am-12pm at Laurel Manor Banquet Hall Tickets are still only $50.00 with limited free seats for kids! Visit this site to purchase your ticket(s) or a table. If you have previous engagements and would like to make a donation, we would be ever so grateful. More information is available on our Blue Jean Breakfast page.
Each year during Easter and Thanksgiving we distribute food baskets to our needy families. This has become one of the highlights of our program, and we have enjoyed working with nearly 150 volunteers coming together to show the love of God. Our next project will be a Thanksgiving 2022 distribution. We will be assembling and delivering food baskets for seniors and the poor in our neighborhood. If you are interested in helping please join us on November 19,2022 (the Saturday before…
Here’s the weekly line-up for our 2022-2023 After School Programs. If you are interested in attending or volunteering, please contact Patricia Jackson-Smith at 313.529.7274. Day Program Monday 5-6:30 p.m. Tutoring and Mentoring Program Tuesday 5-6:30 p.m. Tutoring and Mentoring Program Wednesday 5-6:30 p.m. Music Program Thursday 5-6:30 p.m. Spanish (1st-5th grades) STEM Build/Digital Literacy (6th-8th grades) Friday 5-6:30 p.m. Music Program Saturday 12-2 p.m. Writing and Art
Special thanks to The Good Eggs Foundation and Scheers Ace Hardware for their support of the Brightmoor community. Through the hearts of both Bryan of Ace Hardware and Sandy of The Good Eggs Foundation, Mission:City was the recipient of the Round-Up program and was officially “Egged”. Through the generosity of others shopping at Ace Hardware within a 3-month time frame they collected 15,028 local donations totaling $7198.47. It is this type of commitment to excellence that helps make a difference…
Dedication. Responsibility. Education. Attitude. Motivation. Summer 2022 is in the books. If it taught us anything, it’s that camp is more valuable than ever. Families and campers were excited to return to the fun, safe haven space that Mission:City provides. We took 50 kids ages 5-12 on a 5-week journey of fun and faith. Camp showed us that it is possible to move forward safely, regain at least some sense of normalcy, and work together to protect everything that we…
Saturday, December 10, 2022 will be our 8th Annual Blue Jean Benefit Breakfast! We would love to see you in-person as we continue to do the much needed work in the Brightmoor community. Keep looking to our Blue Jean Breakfast page for all the latest details.
Although COVID concerns prevented us from getting together in person to celebrate the successes we had at Mission:City this year, we made a video for you to watch.
Detroit home where 5-year-old girl was fatally shot now used as resource for children, young mothers
A project that we have been working on has finally come to fruition! Last September a gunman stormed into a home on Detroit’s west side fatally shooting 5-year-old Isabella Coleman and injuring her mother Dejiza Coleman who was shot 17 times. Since the tragedy church leaders, a youth group and neighbors raised thousands to rebuild the home where it happened. Read the whole story here.