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Sisterhood 51st Annual Interfaith Luncheon with Guest Gertrude Hambira

Prayer Saved the Life of this Human Rights Warrior - Gertrude Hambira worked on a farm in Zimbabwe, when, due to government upheavals creating desperate conditions, she became an activist on behalf of all her fellow workers. Soon she was a wanted woman & ultimately marked for capture & execution. Only by her extreme faith in God & obedience to His guidance did she manage to escape her would-be captors & make her way to Canada

Where:

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

561 Wellington Cres.

204-452-3711 by April 29 | info@shaareyzedek.mb.ca

www.shaareyzedek.mb.ca

When:

Tuesday, May 7, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM

What:

Religious & Spiritual

Neighbourhood:

Winnipeg

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