Revive, Restore & Renew at Women at the Well 2012!
August 21, 2012
Dr. Joseph Bryant Jr. & Lady Kelly Bryant Invite You to Revive, Restore, Renew
at Women at the Well 2012
Calvary Hill Community Church August 24 & 25
For Immediate Release
Women at the Well 2012 Conference
@Calvary Hill Community Church
Friday and Saturday, August 24-25
Lady Kelly Bryant and Dr. Joseph Bryant Jr. Invite You to "Women at the Well 2012!"
San Francisco- "Good News
Today" with Senior Pastor Joseph Bryant Jr. & Bay Area Director of
Rainbow P.U.S.H. and First Lady Kelly Bryant, extends an invitation to
women throughout the Bay Area to join the spiritually uplifting "Women
at the Well 2012 Conference," Friday, August 24 and Saturday, August 25.
The conference held at Calvary Hill
Community Church, 141 Industrial Street (Off Bayshore), San Francisco,
CA 94124 includes special guests: Pastor Barbara Williams, Sister India
Little, Sister Anika Evans and Ebony Magazine featured "Cancer Diva," Daphne Evans. Evans' fight against cancer is featured in August magazine with stars of Whitney Houston's "Sparkle" on the cover.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. on Friday
evening and 8:30 a.m. on Saturday morning. Come and taste the spiritual
waters and quench your thirst for God's best for your life. Sign up
for tickets on line today for yourself and your sister. Don't come
alone. Bring friends and family!
Saturday, October 12th The Wright Brothers tenth anniversary celebration kicks off festivities with an afternoon cookout with tribute to family, friends and military. It is the perfect warm up to the Baker High School 40th Reunion and Fundraiser at The Columbus Trade Center that benefits Baker Middle School.
Mayor London N. Breed, along with Senator Scott Wiener and Supervisor Rafael Mandelman, announced Wednesday, October 7, 2019, the next steps for implementing a strengthened conservatorship program in San Francisco.
In the heart of San Francisco's Mission District, media and guests will preview Chilean playwright and SF State's Carlos Barón's "Death and The Artist" directed by San Francisco native Marcelo Javier, at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.