An Evening With Eduard Klassen | Mission Possible
You are invited to An Evening with Eduard Klassen hosted by Mission Possible. The event takes place on Friday 24th November 2017 at 8:00pm in Cuningham Memorial Presbyterian Church, Cullybackey.
This is a fantastic opportunity to hear the amazing Paraguayan Folk Harpist Eduard Klassen. Eduard grew up in an isolated area of Paraguay, South America. Since 1977 his passion has been playing the harp. His musical training included five years study in Asuncion, Paraguay. Later he went on to marry Christine who is from Ontario, Canada. The couple currently live there and now tour the world with their music ministry.
They say the following on their website.
“Eduard Klassen is a Paraguayan folk harpist who has presented over 4500 music concerts in 31 countries since making a personal commitment to Christ. A typical concert presentation by The Klassen’s includes a variety of Christian harp music from South America, North America and Europe. This is interspersed with personal testimony and stories of God’s work in his life, from boyhood in the wilderness of Paraguay to the present. Eduard’s natural sense of humour helps him to develop an excellent rapport with audiences wherever he goes.”
Find out more on their website here.
An Evening with Eduard Klassen hosted by Mission Possible in Cuningham Memorial Presbyterian Church.
Also taking part will be local singing trio David, Darryl & Robin. Admission to the evening is FREE but there will be a retiring offering for Mission Possible’s work in Colombia. Joe and Sadie Law of Mission Possible will give a brief report on their projects in Bogota. They are keen to stress that 100% of the offering will go directly to these projects. Their work is particularly aimed at helping the street children of Bogota. Find out more about Mission Possible on their website here. Also on Facebook here.
If you’re free on Friday 24th November why not go along to this fantastic musical experience! An Evening with Eduard Klassen in Cuningham Memorial Presbyterian Church, Cullybackey, starting at 8pm.