• Drinks on arrival
• Three course meal
• Dynamic after dinner speaker
• Opportunity to be amongst friends
These evenings promise inspiring speakers, fine food and plenty to talk about with your friends, so come and join us for a great Girls Night Out.
Thursday 10th May £26.00
6.30pm for 7.00pm start with Dimitrina (Didi) Oprenova
There will be music from Amy Oprenova, Dimitrina’s daughter, who is the lead singer with the talented band Coco ‘n’ the Fellas
The world we live in has never been more consumer oriented, it is all about our wants; being in control, receiving everything we desire, and last but not least, instantly. Trust in that very world is a very fragile thing. It takes a long time and hard work to build it up, sometimes months or even years, but just in seconds a wrong word which slips out, or simple careless action can so easily destroy it. Why is it so difficult to trust? We have all experienced the pain of loosing trust in others or of losing the trust of others. However, trust is a basic necessity of life. If God is there, who is He? Can He be trusted? When He is silent, is He there? Why has He got the right to require ultimate trust in Himself?
If you would like answers to these questions then come and hear Dimitrina Oprenova.
Dimitrina (Didi) Oprenova was born in Sofia, in communist Bulgaria. She spent her childhood there with the privilege of growing up in a Christian home and being part of the Sofia Baptist Church. She has been happily married to Teodor for 27 years, she has two girls, age 25 (Anna-Margarita) and 17 (Sophia).
Dimitrina became a Christian in her teenage years still during the communist time. She has served God locally and nationally in her own country for over 28 years, also internationally for the last 15 years, speaking at Conferences and Seminars. She has been involved in a number of social projects and ministries, as well as in preaching, teaching, leading and organising Bible studies and different educational courses, projects and conferences in and outside Bulgaria.
Thursday 18th October £26.00
6.30pm for 7.00pm start with Alison Fenning
‘And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.’ Be the change that is needed. Become the change that is needed. Come and hear Alison Fenning as she gives testimony to the many instances where she has seen injustice on the streets in the UK, Europe and Africa and stepped in with remarkable consequences for good. Alison has become the change that is needed and we too can be the change that God can use for good. This evening will change you for good.
• Walking in His shoes
• The cost of walking in His Shoes
• How to follow Him.
In the UK Alison founded and ran a Chaplaincy outreach for women in the sex industry for twelve years. She has also developed various other outreaches for local Churches. Her work extends overseas helping leaders set up their own ministry into dark places. Alison has run addiction recovery groups in the past and now empowers individuals on a one to one basis in recovery where needed. She carries a strong message of freedom in Christ. Alison is an evangelistic speaker and author who works with the RSVP Trust. She has spent the last 20 years travelling across the UK and other nations leading people to Christ. She has a teaching ministry and is a clear communicator training leaders in Africa to develop missional Churches so communities can be transformed by the gospel.