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Local Outreach in North St. Louis Prepares for 2014 with New Director

by Joyce Meyer Ministries - posted January 15, 2014

  • New director of the St. Louis Dream Center has new 2014 initiative for the community
  • St. Louis Dream Center gears up for inner-city outreach in North St. Louis

(ST. LOUIS, MO) The St. Louis Dream Center has appointed a new director. Pastor Alex Bryant, a graduate of Evangel University, is gearing up for the New Year with initiatives to bring life changing programs to an area filled with poverty. “My goal for the next couple years is to expand our reach so that we can see more people move from being in a state of extreme poverty to becoming productive members of society,” says Bryant.

Having grown up in the housing projects, Bryant brings a unique perspective to the community. In an area challenged with crime and drug activity, the St. Louis Dream Center has become a place of hope for many. Bryant says, “I want to help kids realize that not only can they make it, but they can live with a purpose.”

Members of the community know the St. Louis Dream Centerin North St. Louis for their meal programs, a place to get groceries or a haircut, as well as pick out clothes for their family in the Dream Center clothing boutique. In 2014, along with these weekly activities, the St. Louis Dream Center will also host their annual Easter outreach, Back 2 School Blast, Turkey Basket Giveaway, and Christmas Blessing event.

Bryant says he also wants to add more initiatives that will help people move along in life from where they are to where they need to be. This means incorporating outreaches like: a GED program, budgeting skills, job skills training, home ownership help, medical and dental clinics, tutoring for school-aged kids, etc. These initiatives will require more local volunteers, skilled with unique offerings. “We are looking forward to getting things going,” says Bryant. “This will be an momentous year with the help of our St. Louis volunteers.”

If you are interested in volunteering at the St. Louis Dream Center please contact Judy Lamborn at 314-381-0700, xt. 8001.

About the St. Louis Dream Center

An outreach arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries, the St. Louis Dream Center was founded in 2000 by Dave and Joyce Meyer to be a healing place for a hurting world. With over 30 community programs conducted each year, the Dream Center reaches thousands of disadvantaged children and families in St. Louis, impacting their neighborhoods and quality of life. The Dream Center provides meals to the hungry and assists the homeless. Staff and volunteers make visits to area homes, nursing and retirement communities offering prayer, gifts, companionship and comfort. For more information, please visit www.stldreamcenter.org.

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