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Dream center los angeles

Dream center los angeles

Dream center los angeles

Los angeles is a city known for its sunny, warm weather, celebrity-filled landscape and rolling hills. What is less familiar to most Angelenos is that it was also one of the largest centers of Japanese immigration in the US. They were looking for a better life in the Land of the “Hollywood Sign” and somewhat experienced a culture shock in the process.

DREAM

Thousands of pastors, community leaders and volunteers have visited the Dream Center throughout the years. Inspired by their experiences, many since that time have built Dream Centers in their own cities to meet specific community needs. The Dream Center Network now collectively consists of 84 Dream Centers around the world, including centers in 29 states and 11 different countries. With a vision to transform the world, each Dream Center strives to provide the help and resources necessary to individuals and communities in need. The Dream Center Network continues to grow each year, reaching thousands of people across the globe. For more information on the Dream Center Network, visit www.thedcnetwork.org.Pastor Matthew Barnett and the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel united the famous Angelus Temple with the Dream Center. Through a process of two great denominations working together the unification was possible and as of November 1, 2001, Pastor Matthew Barnett became the Senior Pastor of Angelus Temple and the Dream Center. Matthew now has a congregation in excess of 7,000 attending weekly.

Son of Pastor Tommy Barnett, best-selling author, and pastor of what Time Magazine considers one of the three largest churches in America, Pastor Matthew Barnett has learned powerful principles of ministry which gifted him in founding the Dream Center in Los Angeles.The Dream Center's Veterans Transitional Housing Program provides shelter, food, and basic necessities for veterans who are experiencing or who are on the brink of homelessness. Veterans are assisted with access to veteran benefits as well as provided with resources and training to help them transition to an personally sustainable civilian life. (Source: www.guidestar.org)

 

 

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