HUNTINGDON VALLEY, PA -- Huntingdon Valley Presbyterian Church (www.HVPC.org) is hosting its 4th annual “B4U” 5K run, 2 mile walk to benefit Urban Promise.
On Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. the B4U 5K run / 2 mile walk will begin at the church located at 2364 Huntingdon Pike, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006.
Runners and walkers will start from the parking area behind the church that is accessible from Ayresdon Road and continue on the Pennypack Trust Trail. (Online maps and directions can be found here: www.HVPC.org/Parking.)
Individual registration is $35.00. On site registration opens at 7:15 a.m. on the day of the event. Participants can sign up online by going to http://bit.ly/2w4wyBe. Registered participants will receive a T-shirt. Additionally, a free pancake breakfast will follow the run/walk at the church in the Boyer Auditorium which is accessible from the church parking lot.
All proceeds from the run/walk will benefit Urban Promise in Camden, NJ (www.UrbanPromiseUSA.org). The mission of Urban Promise is to equip Camden’s children and young adults with the skills necessary for academic achievement, life management, spiritual growth, and Christian leadership. Urban Promise achieves these aims through after school programs, summer camps, two schools, experiential learning, teen job training, and a host of other programs.Donations will also be accepted and sponsorships are available. To sponsor the run/walk, contact Cassie Grant Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org; 267-248-5722). For more information regarding participation or to donate, contact Eva Morrison (email@example.com; 267-847-8233) or Sue Belinsky (firstname.lastname@example.org; 215-593-7413).
The name for the event “B4U” is inspired by the biblical verse Hebrews 12:1 that encourages running the race set before you.
The event URL is www.B4URunWalk.com.
Huntingdon Valley Presbyterian Church (HVPC) was founded at our current location in 1861, when the surrounding area was dotted with family farms and Huntingdon Pike was a dirt toll road. In the 1950s, farms gave way to suburban development and HVPC went from being a small village church to a large suburban church with many ministries. In 1974, HVPC established Valley Christian School (www.VCSkids.com), which now serves nearly 150 students from pre-K through eighth grade. HVPC today is a healthy, growing mid-sized, multi-racial, all-ages congregation, gathering each week in two distinctive worship services. Learn more by visiting our website at www.HVPC.org or our Facebook Page at www.Facebook.com/HVPChurch.