A Celebration of Hope: A Night with Missy and Francis
May 31 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm| $25
Come celebrate with us the amazing ways that God is transforming lives in Uganda!
An Evening Benefiting Refugee Families in Africa
- Stories of Hope and Transformation
- African Crafts Market
All proceeds will benefit Amani Sasa, a non-profit ministry in Kampala, Uganda, that offers shelter, counseling, training and empowerment to the Africa refugees — women, men and families — affected by trauma, abuse and war.
Join us Friday evening, May 31st from 6-8 p.m. at the Smoke Rise Baptist Church Fellowship Hall for a fun, informal evening of food, fellowship and the opportunity to hear stories of God’s incredible transformation and healing! You will also have the opportunity to take home meaningful memories from our silent auction and African craft market. You will leave inspired and empowered to make a difference!
About Missy and Francis: In 2013, Missy Ward Angalla, CBF Field Personnel, founded Amani Sasa (“peace now” in Swahili), a ministry in Kampala, Uganda. Now led by Missy and her husband Francis, Amani Sasa is providing safety, nurturing wholeness and fueling empowerment among the most vulnerable refugee women, men & families. Through shelter, counseling and vocational training, transformation and healing are happening.