Wymondham church hosts evening of hope for women
Hope Community Church Wymondham is hosting a special evening for women and teenagers with pampering, prayer, worship, art and powerful ministry from South African pioneer Angela Kemm.
On Saturday, April 28, 7pm-10pm Hope Community Church in Wymondham is hosting its third ‘Hopeful’event, an evening that aims to encourage women and teenagers to live lives full of hope - for themselves, their families and their communities.
The night is designed to give ladies a wonderfully varied evening out, with opportunities to be creative, pampered and spiritually refreshed through worship and ministry.
At 7pm the evening will start with a range of activities including an art room and nail bar, area to buy gifts and cosmetics, pancakes and punch and a prayer and soaking room.
At 7:50pm a time of worship will begin, followed by speaker Angela Kemm from City Cambridge Church.
Angela Kemm grew up in South Africa and pioneered minisitry into townships during the apartheid years. She saw God move in amazing ways during her time in Cape Town.
Floss Watkins from Hope Community Church said: “From her radical work in the townships of South Africa to her powerful prophetic ministry in the UK and abroad Angela embodies a life lived in the power of the Spirit. The evening with her promises to be an opportunity to dynamically encounter God’s presence and leave full of hope.”
"If you are from Wymondham, Attleborough, Thetford, Dereham or anywhere in the surrounding area, come along for a wonderful evening of fellowship with other women, and a time of experiencing our God to the fullest.”
Hopeful will be held at The Hub, Ayton Road, Wymondham, NR18 0QJ.