Staff Report

MIAMI – The Sweet Home Missionary Baptist church celebrates the third anniversary of Pastor Theo Johnson with five days of praise and worship, song, poetry and laughter. Activities kick off on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 7:30 pm with a mid-week worship service featuring Pastor Anthony Reed, and the Martin Memorial Church family. The celebration continues on Friday, Sept. 23 with the 2016 Sweet Home Spirit Fest, a night of song, poetry and laughter. The concert will feature nationally known comedian Broderick Rice along with gospel singing group The Milk and Honey, singer and song writer Roxanne Trissia, spoken word artist Rudy Jean Bart and the Sweet Home sanctuary choir.

Rice is an accomplished comedian with close to three decades of experience to boast, but he’s also an awesome singer/songwriter, author and motivational speaker. He has performed with many A list artists, among them Kirk Franklin, Mary Mary, Donnie McClurkin and Yolanda Adams.

The anniversary celebration will culminate with worship services on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 7:30 am and 11:00 am. Reverend Emory Berry II, pastor of Greenforest Community Baptist Church, Decatur Georgia will deliver the sermon at both services. Berry is Sweet Home’s former pastor of Christian Education.

All activities will be held at Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church, located at 10701 SW 184th St., in Perrine. For more information, call 305-251-5753.

Tickets for guests 16 and under are $10; tickets for adults are $20; and VIP tickets are available for $25. Purchase tickets online at or in person at Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church at 10701 SW 184th St. Miami, during the hours of: Monday-Thursday, 9am -5pm, Friday 9am-12 noon and Sundays 7am-1pm.

For more information, call 305-251-5753.