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Monday, November 9, 2015

Omemee Christian Outreach Welcomes Guest Speaker Helen Onuke - Northern Missionary!

Helen Onuke Shares Northern Missions Trip Update in Omemee November 9th!

Helen Onuke feels God is calling her as a missionary to northern Native communities. November 9th, she will be sharing a slide show of her mission trips to beautiful British Columbia at the Omemee Coronation Hall.
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Helen Onuke has travelled to Northern British Columbia and received surprising confirmation of the need for missionaries to help spread the Good News in northern first nations communities and serve in various capacities.

Missionary Speaking at Omemee November 9th, 2015 

Come, hear about her calling and find out more about the unique opportunities that God may call you to serve in as well.
Dinner on November 9th is being prepared by Ralph and Beverly Whyte of Cameron Community Church.
Omemee Christian Outreach details:
Omemee Christian Outreach holds a dinner that is open to all each Monday evening at Coronation Hall 1 King Street West, Omemee. The Coronation Hall is an accessible location. Parking is available on King Street, Sturgeon Street and behind the TD Bank.

  • 5:30pm Doors open for set-up and prayer.
  • 6:30 pm Dinner
  • Speaker
  • Praise and Worship

Donations to help cover costs welcome.
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