Met Baptist Church and Reclaimed Territory make sweet music for a cause

DJ Nicholas
DJ Nicholas
DJ Nicholas

To give back to the community, the Metropolitan Baptist Church and Jamaican charity group Reclaimed Territory is hosting a spectacular Benevolent Concert, on Saturday, October 17th, starting 6:30 pm at the Metropolitan Baptist Church in Hollywood, Florida.

Featured artists include Claudius England, Kamiela “Candy” Isaacs, DJ Nicholas, Rondell Positive, Haldane Worrell, Abby McDonald, Jermaine Edwards, Comedian Sis P. and radio hosts Stacy Rose and Tanya A.

Continuing the emphasis on youth and community engagement, this exciting concert will raise funds for the disadvantaged in Hollywood and care packages for unsupported young people incarcerated in Jamaica. Though attendance is free, attendee are invited to donate to this worthy cause.

This concert is part of a month-long outreach tour of South Florida, providing donations and entertainment to children’s homes, juvenile detention centers, rehab centers, schools and churches. The tour will continue with their community outreach, partnering with Farmshare to provide free lunches and groceries to at least 250 households in Hollywood, as well as providing live entertainment, bounce houses, games and fun for the entire family.

The Metropolitan Baptist Church has long served Hollywood through community outreach. To continue this goal, the Church chose to partner with Jamaican foundation Reclaimed Territories, which has provided valuable support to vulnerable youth at juvenile centers and prisons in Kingston, Jamaica and the UK.

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