Updated: May 6
Storytellers continues to advance the mission of bringing hope to a hurting world. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, God is opening doors through virtual arts ministry.
In April, Storytellers launched its virtual arts ministries at the David Lawrence Center Crossroads Adult Recovery program and Youth Haven in Naples. This new phase of ministry is widening the reach of the Gospel in Southwest Florida. After the quarantines have ended, we will continue doing virtual ministry in addition to our regular on-site programs.
Scott Burgess, CEO at the David Lawrence Center said,
"We are honored to partner with Storytellers Creative Arts as they minister to those who come to us so often in their darkest of hours and, through expressive arts programs, find the light of hope needed to overcome the disease of addiction!”
SCA is developing new community partnerships to expand its arts programs that have touched thousands of lives in Southwest Florida.
HOPE AND HEALING THROUGH THE ARTS
Storytellers Creative Arts (SCA) is a Christian faith-based non-profit serving Southwest Florida with a singular focus: Healing and transforming lives through the arts. It does so by creating healing and nurturing arts outreach programs to touch the underprivileged. Programs include visual and performing arts, storytelling and music. SCA partners with Youth Haven, David Lawrence Center Crossroads Adult Recovery, New Horizons After-School Clubs of SWFL, Amigos Family Center in Immokalee and other organizations.
To volunteer, donate, or for information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (239) 287-7331.
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