Something exciting is happening for low income kids in Louisville. For the first time, many of these kids have a chance to benefit from an alternate learning environment they otherwise could not afford.
A new project of the Value Coalition USA, The Justice Resource Center, The Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions, School Choice Scholarship, and the American Family Association, “The Village Learning and Development Centers” have already opened or will be opening shortly in a number of Louisville churches to offer kids after school tutoring, homework help, parent support programs, along with a caring and safe environment during those hours when school is closed.
It’s an education choice many Louisville kids never had before, made possible by both government and community investors.
Eventually, as many as 100 churches may be added to the plan, but the following organizations either have at least one functioning learning center now or plan to open one very shortly. Interested students and parents should contact the centers directly for more information.
More Grace Ministries, Pastor Cecil Blye, Jr., 100 West Ormsby Ave., Phone: 502-634-2888, e-mail: email@example.com
Dunamis World Outreach Church Int., Pastor Shannon C. Cook, 3212 Hartlage Court, Phone: 502-447-9096, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Newburg Church of Christ, Pastor Kenneth Fleming, 4700 Indian Trail, Phone: 502-966-5171, e-mail: email@example.com
Energized Baptist Church, Pastor Milton Seymore, 3107 Seventh Street Road, Phone: 502-634-0662, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Midwest Church of Christ, Pastor Jerry L. Stephenson, 2115 Garland Ave., Phone: 502-774-3986, e-mail: email@example.com
New Golden Baptist Church, Pastor James Tennyson, 115 Steedly Drive, Phone: 502-968-0625, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spirit of Love Center, Pastor Derrick Wilson, 4107 West Market Street, Phone: 502-775-5354, e-mail: email@example.com