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An inspirational evening with Bishop Nathan Amooti celebrating God's transforming work in Rwanda over the 25 years since the 1994 genocide.

At Huntingdon Methodist Church on Sunday 19th May commencing at 6.30pm — Admission free.

Bishop Amooti is a stirring speaker with a great sense of humour who was raised as a cattle herder; is an evangelist and peacemaker; a founder of several schools and a Rwandan Bishop.

Kubaka means 'let us build' in Kinyarwanda. The transformation of Rwanda is being built on faith, hope, love and forgiveness. It is a story that warms the heart and challenges the soul.

For more information telephone 01480 469848 or go to the Mission Possible website.

This is a 'Churches Together in Huntingdon and Godmanchester' initiative.

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