The doctrine, “separate but equal” ended in the 1950s, right? Think again. At America’s oldest Mardi Gras—celebrated each year in Mobile, Alabama—events remain segregated between white and black residents. Beneath the surface of pageantry, lies a complex story about race relations and the ever-present racial divide that persists in America today.Read More »
The Portico is preparing for renovations and needs your help!
Volunteers are needed to clean out Branscomb hall, move and label items for storage, and freshen up the grounds and landscaping. The cleanup will take place from 8 a.m. – noon.
For more information, please contact Bob Douglass.Read More »
Come experience The Portico Chorus’ amazing musical performance!
The Portico Chorus is a community chorus (members both with and without disabilities) that is a multi-generational, multi-denominational, and non-audition social/performance group. The group ministers to the adult special needs community in Tampa Bay, with rehearsals and activities focused on making God’s love real to our community through music and social activities.Read More »