4th Annual Sisterhood Empowerment Worship Service on the Beach

“Bruised But Not Broken, Still I Rise”

Right Track Consulting and Female Organizations Collaborating in Unity to Serve (F.O.C.U.S) proudly present our 4th annual Sisterhood Empowerment Worship Service on the Tybee Beach (Pier). On May 6, 2018, we will host our Sisterhood Empowerment Worship Service at Tybee Island, Georgia (Tybee Beach Pier). The theme of our event is “Bruised But Not Broken, Still I Rise.” Our phenomenal worship service will feature a combination motivational and spiritual messages, networking, bonding, praising, praying and entertainment that will empower and/ or motivate all attendees with the discovery the profound gift and blessings we have as sisters and children of God. We would like this event to be filled with hundreds of diverse women of our city, county and state gathered in unity and celebrating sisterhood. White attire is preferred but not mandatory to attend and our event is free of charge.

The worship service will feature dynamic motivators and inspiration through messages, song and dance. Our host praise and worship leader is Minister Korenea Fields. Our inspirational/spiritual and empowerment speakers are Minister Janice Boggs, Associate Pastor Tomekia Williams (Impact Church Savannah) and life coach April Cobb. Special performances will be provided by Jasmine Manning, Savannah One and So Unique. We will also have youth and adults ministering to our souls through dance and song lead by our youth, advisors and musicians.

We are asking all citizens, social service agencies, churches, youth advocates, employers, neighborhood associations, and businesses to come out and participate in this event by attending, becoming a sponsor, or a vendor. We will have refreshments, motivation, praise and worship, prayer, vendors and so much more. We have vendor opportunities available as well. Any assistance you can provide for this effort will be appreciated. Thank you for helping us to “Be the change we desire to see in the world.” For more information contact (912) 335-7915 or (912) 272-0281, email sistersempowerment@righttrackservices.org, or visit our website at www.righttrackservices.org.

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