2017 Annual Golf Scramble
Kick-Off Father's Day Week On The Links. Join us on a June summer day and help fatherhood programs in the Springfield and Dayton Area. Urban Lights Ministries invites you to out 2017 Golf Scramble at Windy Knoll Golf Course located at 500 Roscommon Drive in Springfield, Ohio on Monday June 12th 2017. Registration starts at 11:00 am with Shot Gun promptly t 12:00 noon. This is a four player scramble with a 2 putt maximum. Entry fee per foursome is $500.00 which includes green fees, carts, lunch and dinner, and freebies. Prizes include 1st place $200 & 2nd place $100, Longest Drive (Men & Women), Closest to the pin (Men & Women), Longest Putt and Shortest Drive. Preregister your foursome today by clicking here. Mark your calendar today and we will see you on June 12th. For more information contact Urban Light Ministries at 937.328.0122 or email Rhonda Day.
Dayton Office Now Open
Urban Light Ministries has added an office location in Dayton, Ohio. The new office is conveniently located at the Job Center, 1133 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd. (suite 281). This new site provides a convenient hub for our Fatherhood Resource Center and classes. Our staff continues to grow as well. A new job developer, case manager, and office administrator will soon be added to this location. Partnerships are the hands that help make our organization successful. Because of our partnerships with Clark State Community College, Springfield Regional Medical Center, Five Rivers Health Centers, Miami Valley Child Development Centers, Miami Valley Works, and Goodwill Easter Seals; our programming reaches more Dads across more locations in Southwestern Ohio. For more information about programs and services at Urban Light Ministries, check out this website or call 877-856-1700.
Serving Dads in Southwest Ohio
Service to our community, bringing the joy of Jesus to children in our Sonshine Clubs, and a strong passion for helping dads make life changes that positively impact their families, is the heart of Urban Light Ministries. Being able to work with fathers and connect them with programs and services that meet their needs while providing support through their journey gives our organization its greatest reward.
Twelve dedicated, experienced facilitators hold classes throughout the year in various locations in our community, including public schools, treatment facilities, and correctional institutions. Through these classes, 481 Dads were served in 2015 and 528 dads were served in 2016.
Our goal for 2017 is to increase the number of dads served in Clark, Montgomery and surrounding counties. We are planning to become fully staffed at our Dayton location by the end of this year. Will you help us reach our goals? For more information about our programming click here. To check out a schedule of current classes, click here.