Our Mission at Free Indeed Ministries is "Going into the world not to Indoctrinate but to Liberate the people of God through the provision of community outreach services". Our outreach programs include, THE MENTORING CENTER: A transitional housing program for Men designed to rebuild the whole man through the Mentoring process. THE K.I.D.D.S. DANCE PROJECT: A 501(c)3 compliant community youth outreach whose mission is to promote the prevention of substance abuse and violence among youth via the Art of Dance. LIBERTY CRUSADES: Taking the Gospel across this nation. PRISON MINISTRY: Providing Chapel services to the incarcerated. MY BROTHERS KEEPER: A homebased Volunteer Caregiving Program to those suffering from mental and physical disabilities resulting from substance abuse.
The K.I.D.D.S. Dance Project has graduallly become one of our most widely known outreach programs. It is our ultimate goal within the project to build the character and self esteem in our youth. The participants in the program perform year round then during the Easter season they perform their major production entitled 'THE RESURRECTION'. The production is a dramatic dance interpretation of the resurrection of Christ involving all dance forms from classical ballet to hip-hop. It has been seen on the stages of The Atlanta Civic Center and also appearing on the stage of the Rialto Center for The Performing Arts. Youth living in the Atlanta area may register for the dance project by contacting our office at (404)299-3011 ALL DANCE LESSONS ARE PROVIDED FREE TO THE YOUTH BY A STAFF OF PROFESSIONAL VOLUNTEERS. Contact our office also for date and time of the production.
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