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Men’s Ministry

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The first BIG event for 2018 is a morning tea on Saturday 24th February (9:30am until approximately 11:00).

I’m particularly excited about this event because we’re inviting men from churches in the area. As such it’s an excellent opportunity to mingle with our brothers in the broader family of Christ.

Our guest speaker is Henry Olonga, former Zimbabwean cricketer and brother in Christ, who will speaking on Team Work. What a great topic when we’re the Church gathered together!

 

When:     Saturday, 24th February 2018 at 9:30am (finish approx 11am)
Where:   Clovercrest Baptist Church, 2 Famechon Crescent, Modbury North, SA
Cost:        $15 per person (includes morning tea)

**Registrations MUST be made by 3pm Friday 16th February**

Change in booking procedure: Please register at the Information Desk or contact the Church Office on 8397 9400.

Can I encourage you to think about who you could invite? Let’s work together in building the unity of the Church.

More about the Henry Olonga…
Henry became a Christian at 16 and has always been open and passionate about his faith in the public arena. He was the first black – and youngest – cricketer to play for Zimbabwe in a Test series. In 2003 he spoke up for the downtrodden in Zimbabwe at great personal cost, by protesting ‘the death of democracy’ under Robert Mugabe. Henry was charged with treason and went into hiding, before living in England and later moving to Adelaide. He has since taken up opera singing, and sung at the SCG in 2016.

 

For more information about Men’s activities, contact Ben Ezard on 0402 762 410 or the church office on 8397 9400.

If you have any ideas or feedback, or want to be more involved please let us know.

Feel free to approach Ben Ezard, Steve Terek or John Lomen, or send us an email on benandjen@internode.on.net

“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” Proverbs 27:17