1st Annual “Nneka’s Passion” Bowl-a-thon Fundraiser

Saturday, February 16th, 2019 Registration/Sign In: 12:30 PM Bowling: 1:00 to 4:00 PM at Armadillo Lanes II 10055 Fuqua St, Houston, TX 77089

Funding Missions to Africa, Guatemala, and Cuba in 2019

Saturday, February 16, 2019
Registration/Sign In: 12:30 PM
Bowling: 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Armadillo Lanes II
10055 Fuqua St, Houston, TX 77089

Event Details

  • 10 teams (5 players/team) will compete for the coveted Nneka’s Passion Trophy.
  • Entry fee is $50.00 per person ($250.00/team) which includes 2 games, bowling shoes and 1 ticket for door prize.
  • Each bowler will be given pledge sheets to raise funds for themselves and their team (CLICK HERE to download a printable PDF of the Pledge Sheet).
  • There will be a prize for the Individual and the Team who raise(s) and collects the most pledges for their event.  All pledged and collected funds for the event will go directly to the 2019 ACC “Nneka’s Passion” Mission Fund.
  • Prizes will also be awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd highest scoring Team(s) as well as 1st, 2nd and 3rd highest scoring Individuals.
  • There will be a 50/50 raffle going on during the event open to both players and spectators.
  • There will also be a silent auction of valuable donated items from sponsors.
  • CLICK HERE to download the Event Flyer.


  • Entry Fees – $2500.00 ($50 x 50 participants)
  • Pledges – $6250.00 ($625.00 per team minimum)
  • 50/50 – $500.00
  • Silent Auction – $500.00


The purpose of the funds raised by this event is “to spread the knowledge and understanding of Jesus through action, engagement and example”. This fundraiser is Act’s Community Church’s general mission fundraiser that will see all of its proceeds used toward expenses, materials, equipment and partnership goals for missions to Guatemala, Africa and Cuba missions in 2019 (this includes $7000.00 needed to drill a potable, fresh water well desperately needed for a community in Uganda).


Nneka Bright was one of the founding members of Acts Community Church. She had a desire to see a church planted that would truly love God and love all people. At the age 23 years old she passed away and went to be with the Lord. Nneka’s pursuit of earning a doctorate in medicine was inspired by her passion for those in need, especially children. Her dream was to travel overseas to help underprivileged children and supply them with basic needs: healthy bodies and souls. Acts Community Church decided the best way we could honor Nneka was by naming our missions after her. Nneka’s passion is dedicated to missions overseas, missions here on our Homefront, and church planting.

Event Status

This event is currently private

The Beginning of Acts

In the summer of 2009 God put on our heart to go into Pasadena, where no one else would go, to bring hope to this broken city. We began our work on the streets, taking the Gospel to the people. As we demonstrated the heart of Jesus in reaching the lost and saw many surrender their hearts to the Lord, we quickly realized the need to provide a place to disciple the people we were reaching – thus the church was born.​​​​​​​​​​​​

Today, Acts Community Church reaches out to all people in the Southeast-Houston area. Many churches are leaving this city and that is exactly where our heart is, to go after those no one wants. Our heart beats for seeing racial reconciliation take place, helping the fatherless, and human trafficking come to and end to name a few. The goal since the beginning is to win the heart of our city back. We officially planted on October 31, 2010 with only six individuals dedicated to reaching the community and quickly grew to a diverse family both multicultural and multigenerational. By God’s grace we have seen many come to Jesus and be discipled, marriages and families healed and restored, the fatherless belonging to a family, and so much more.

Against all odds, we had a building, along with land, given to us freely by God. This is in and of itself a miracle and will allow us to further His kingdom in a plethora of ways. Acts Community Church is committed to seeing people reached for Jesus as our community is restored and rebuilt.

For more information about Acts Community Church, visit our website at www.actscommunitychurches.org.

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