LOS ANGELES – Founder Matthew Barnett, his wife Caroline and their entire team of staff and volunteers are commemorating 25 years of service to the people of Los Angeles. In the years since the LA Dream Center opened its doors, more than 80 entirely independent ‘Dream Centers’ have begun similar programs in cities all across the U.S. and internationally as well.
- Matthew and Caroline Barnett, Dream Center Founders
- Dream Center staff and volunteers
- Community leaders and pastors
- Corporate sponsors
The 25th anniversary celebration will include many events, but the heart of the celebration will be the stories of the lives impacted over their quarter-century of service in Los Angeles. Then the Dream Center will host a “Night of Dreams,” a festive evening combining laughter, inspiration, entertainment. The weekend-long celebration concludes at Angelus Temple with a worship service.
Thursday, September 26 at 7pm
- Special Thursday night church service at the historic Angelus Temple
- Inspirational stories from years past
- Recognizing pastors from across the nation who have been faithful advocates for the Dream Center and who plan to continue their support as they press onward for another 25 years
Saturday, September 28 (Reception at 6pm, Dinner at 7pm)
- Event for celebrities, donors and staff to celebrate and prepare for the future
- Live auction
- Elegant dinner
- Tickets for the Night of Dreams are made available here.
Sunday, September 29 (9:15am and 11am services)
- Prayer and worship service at Angelus Temple
- Closing message from Matthew Barnett
2301 Bellevue Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90026
1100 Glendale Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90026
PRESS: For more information on this upcoming celebration, visit https://www.dreamcenter.org/
About the Los Angeles Dream Center
The Los Angeles Dream Center is a faith-based non-profit organization located in Echo Park, dedicated to transforming lives and underserved communities in the city of Los Angeles. By offering residential and outreach programs to individuals, families and communities in the areas of homelessness, hunger, poverty, addiction, domestic violence, education, and human trafficking, the Dream Center is committed to enabling immediate and long-term transformation. The Dream Center welcomes those in need into our community completely free-of-charge with the resources, training, and support they need, regardless of faith, age, gender, orientation, nationality, or any other defining factor.