Revival event and cycle ride at Norwich church
A new Norwich church is raising its profile by helping to raise funds for education for African children and holding a revival weekend.
Living Waters Pentecostal Fellowship is supporting Mashinga Trust, a voluntary organisation that is part of the church by having a 20 mile sponsored cycle ride on 9 July.
Mashinga was set up to address the lack of support for black and minority ethnic groups in Norfolk. The group has links with Zimbabwe and the event will raise funds to support vulnerable children in Zimbabwe by paying school fees.
The ride will set off at 9.30am from Greenfields Community Centre, Ives Road, Norwich NR6 6DY to Aylsham, aiming to be back by 3pm. Registration is £5 and bike hire is £10 if you do not have one.
The group is looking for people to get involved by joining in, donating or lending bikes.
For more information or if you want to cycle and need to register visit www.mashinga.org or email email@example.com or call 07960300567
From Friday 15 - Sunday 17 July, Living Waters Pentecostal Fellowship is hosting a revival weekend themed "Possessing the Kingdom" at the Hewitt School in Norwich
Pastor Tapiwa Kundoro said, "As the prophetic spirit of revival moves around Norwich we are proud to host this
dynamic speaker and this is your opportunity to come receive your revival.
Let God renew you and your faith during this Holy Spirit filled weekend. The time has come for Norwich to take possession of the Kingdom of God."
The guest speaker is Pastor Ronnie Chikwama [pictured] from Kingdom Fellowship Bolton
- Friday & Saturday : The Hewitt School, Cecil Road, Norwich, NR1 2PL Gate 4 Hall Road Entrance. Start 6pm to 9.00pm
- Sunday: Jubilee Community Centre, Long John Hill, Norwich, NR1 2EX 10am to 1pm
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