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It is going to be a night in order to help fundraise for his school fees to attend Capernwray Harbour Bible Centre in Canada for a 1 year leadership training course. He needs to raise money in order to cover the cost of the fees for the year. He hope that this will allow him to go into a full time role in youth ministry in the future.
Whether you are wanting to give a donation or not, he would love it if you could attend to worship God on that Saturday night.
A band from Carnmoney Presbyterian will be coming down led by Matthew Welsh.
The whole night will be free and there will be refreshments available but donations would be greatly appreciated.
More details to follow.
New Course Starting
Venue: Trinity Church Halls, Greyabbey
Dates: Monday’s 22 Sept to 3 Nov 2014
Time: 7.45pm for 8pm start to 9.30pm
Refreshments available throughout the evening
Open to all.
Please come along and bring your friends
Click here to find out anymore information about the course
Trinity Church, Greyabbey
Robin Mark & His Band
On Saturday 6th December 2014
In Bangor Elim Complex, Balloo Crescent, Bangor
Doors open 6.30pm/Starts 7.30pm
or order from Angus Farm Shop, Main Street, Greyabbey