| E. St. Louis kicks off 40 days of nonviolence
Belleville News-Democrat, January 25, 2015
|The Continuum of Life Center is providing much-needed shelter to homeless persons in our community.||
|You can always see the latest news on our Facebook page!||
Read more, including comments by Bill Kreeb.
See a recent video from the Belleville News-Democrat.
|December 2014 newsletter, Around the House||
You shop. We give.
|Lessie Bates Davis works with multiple sources to help stock the Food Pantry and satisfy the great
Greetings and welcome to the Neighborhood House!
On behalf of the Board of Directors, Staff, and Volunteers of the Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House, I would like to take this opportunity to express my deepest appreciation for your interest in and continued support of our mission and ministry in the greater Metro East area. Through you, we are able to show love and support to the children and families in our community, and continue God’s work.
I hope you will take a moment or two to browse our website and learn about the wide-ranging ministries of our agency – from our youngest child in day care, to our teens in an after-school program, to families needing help staying on their feet, to in-home care for our older adults. We celebrate the ministry taking place in six very busy locations throughout East St. Louis.
For more information, please don’t hesitate to contact me or any of my staff. We are ready to answer your questions and welcome your support.
William R. Kreeb, President/CEO
Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House
We invite you to watch this video about our wide variety of ministries by the United Methodist Women.
Click here for a general brochure about our agency, or go to the Programs dropdown for more details.
OUR MISSION: The Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House is a United Methodist community center whose mission is to empower individuals and families to move out of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency to assure that a new generation of children have the family and community supports needed to be successful in school and in life.