World Mission Weekend

WORLD  MISSION  WEEKEND  2019

 Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th SEPTEMBER

     "SAT-7 ON THE ROAD"

"CHRISTIAN  TELEVISION  BY  AND  FOR  THE  PEOPLE

OF  THE    MIDDLE EAST  AND  NORTH  AFRICA"

Saturday 14th September

Doors open 3.00pm for tea/coffee

Event starts at 3.30pm and closes at 7pm

Tea break around 5pm for sandwiches & traybakes

Admission free - please register on SAT-7's website

Speakers: Iranian Pastor Miltan Danil

and his wife Shemiran Danil           

                                                                    

Pastor Miltan gave his life to Christ. He pastors two churches in Croydon and Brighton. 

Shemiran became a Christian at the age of 17. After her marriage to Miltan, they served the Lord together in Iran. Eventually they were forced out of the country by anti-Christian persecution, and Shemiran now works with her husband in building the Iranian Church in the UK. She also appears with him on SAT-7 PARS and is co-presenter of their own programme, Our Neighbourhood. This fulfils a prophecy they received while still in Iran that they would                      minister to thousands of people.

For a few hours come and hear from SAT-7 personnel what God is doing in the Middle East and North Africa…. and how you can be involved! Find out how SAT-7 is making God’s love visible in a turbulent region. Take a look behind the headlines at what is happening in people’s lives. Hear from Middle Eastern Christians about how God is at work. Come and be inspired and challenged!

                                        SAT-7 logo, photographs and information from https://www.sat7uk.org

TRAVEL DETAILS

BY CAR: Limited car parking is available behind the church. There is also a town centre car park (66 spaces, no charge) on Belhaven Terrace and a number of spaces on Belhaven Terrace itself (again no charge).  Further (free) town centre car parking (78 spaces) is available in Hill Street about five minutes' walk away.

BY TRAIN: Wishaw train station (on the Glasgow - Lanark line) is located very close to the church - again about a five minutes' walk away.  Turn right out of the station's gate, follow the pavement as it veers to the left into Hill Street. After a few yards, take first left into Miller Street, then after another few yards take first right into Belhaven Terrace. The church is along this road on the right.

BY BUS: Wishaw is well-served by various buses. It is advisable to consult bus timetables to find the most convenient.

Sunday 15th: church services 11.00am & 6.30pm -

with Bible teaching and a SAT-7/Mission focus

 

 


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