Joel and Victoria Osteen will hold their ministry’s seventh annual America’s Night of Hope and Generation Hope Project in the city of San Francisco in less than two weeks.
This will be the first time San Fracisco has played host to America’s Night of Hope, an inspirational praise and worship event that will cap off the three-day Generation Hope Project in which members of Osteen’s Lakewood Church will be joined by volunteers from around the world to provide services and much needed supplies to three of the city’s nonprofit organizations.
Generation Hope Project volunteers will be teaming up with San Francisco’s City Impact in the Tenderloin neighborhood, Habitat for Humanity and The Alameda County Food Bank to work on community service projects that will be featured during America’s Night of Hope at AT&T Park.
“Victoria and I love the people of California,” said Osteen in a statement shared with The Christian Post. “We’re excited to be at AT&T Park for the first time, and we believe everyone who attends will be uplifted and filled with an expectation that their best days are still to come.
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