About the Building Hope 2020 Live Virtual Event
Our 3rd Annual Building Hope Dinner has now become our first ever Virtual No-Show Event! We invite you to stay home, put up your feet, and get comfortable while we bring the event to your living room right from THIS PAGE!
When our 3rd annual dinner was canceled due to social gathering restrictions, we began to pray for wisdom in planning to reschedule. With no clear information about when restrictions might lift, a new idea began forming in our minds of something boldly different during these unprecedented times. With God’s leading, we moved forward in planning with one of our generous event sponsors, Splash Omnimedia, to professionally produce a virtual No-Show Event where “your absence is requested!” Table Hosts jumped back into action inviting their virtual table guests to attend and support our ministry.
We are now actively inviting guests to the virtual table to make a difference from the comfort and safety of their living rooms. We are increasingly mindful that the most vulnerable in our communities face the most risk during these uncertain times, and ministries like Providence Home are needing support now as much as ever. Though much of the world has come to a standstill around us, God has not paused His activity in our lives and ministry. His work continues to transform lives and build hope for those who are homeless and seeking to rebuild their lives after substance abuse or prison. Because there are no limits to the number of guests who can attend, we anticipate a broader scope to reach out into the community for greater awareness, support, and new opportunities to partner with similar ministries here in the Midlands! We hope you will join us!
When you register for “(No Cost) Tickets”, we will send you a reminder email for the event with a link to this page to join us live! Here you will find a countdown to the event 30 minutes before the event begins at 6:30pm. By providing your email address, you will only receive emails pertaining to the event, unless you have already been supporting Providence Home in some way.