You are invited to an Evening of Praise in support of Mulyata Children’s Mission. It will be held in Trinity Presbyterian Church, Ahoghill on Friday 24th May 2019, starting at 8pm.
The evening will be led by Jayne Dickey, alongside special guests, ‘Grace In Harmony; and ‘Proclaim Choir’
Mulyata Children’s Mission is a new charity working in the Copperbelt Region of Zambia. Mulyata is a small village located between the towns of Kitwe and Mufilira in the north of the country.
The founder members of Mulyata Children’s Mission have had many years experience working in Africa with orphanage projects, however during a visit to Zambia during 2017, they felt challenged to take a new approach, reach beyond the confines of the orphanage and reach into the community to help those living in poverty.
They told The Church Page: “The reality is that many of those living within orphanages have one (or both) parents or other close relatives who struggle to afford to feed and clothe their children – and so, in love, place their children into orphanages in the hope of a better life for them. While many of these institutions do their best to provide a positive environment for the children, there is no doubt that the best outcomes for these children will be if they can grow up with their families in their own community.”
“Our aim is simple … to share the love of the Lord Jesus Christ by providing assistance in the form of food, medicine, clothing and educational support to enable impoverished school children to thrive and achieve their potential, while living at home with those who care most for them – their families.”
Evening of Praise for Mulyata Children’s Mission at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Ahoghill
Friday 24th May 2019 starting at 8pm.
The also went on to say: “All proceeds of the ‘New Life’ charity shop at 42 Main Street in Cullybackey will also go to support this vital work. The shop is staffed entirely by our team of friendly volunteers – why not drop in for a look around – or a chat – we’d be glad to see you! We stock a wide range clothes, household goods, furniture and bric-a-brac.”