We give you a warm invitation to come and enjoy An Evening With Eduard Klassen. Eduard is an internationally acclaimed harpist, originally from Paraguay, and we are delighted that he is coming to support Mission Possible with a special evening of music and testimony.
This event is on Friday 24th November 2017, starting at 8:00pm. The venue is Cuningham Memorial Presbyterian Church, Main Street, Cullybackey BT42 1BW.
Entry to the evening is FREE however we will take up a retiring offering to support our Street Children projects in Bogota. 100% of your donations will go directly to this work.
Accompanying artists on the night will be the very talented local trio David, Darryl and Robin. Joe and Sadie will also update everyone by giving a brief report on our Mission Possible projects in Bogota.
Joe and Sadie are very excited about this event and add,
“Eduard will play a selection of traditional hymns which will touch your heart – these include one of our favourites ‘What a Friend we have in Jesus…’. Eduard is truly one of the most inspiring musicians that we have had the pleasure of hearing. We assure you that you will not be disappointed.”
Come and hear how God rescued him from a childhood of poverty in Paraguay to now an exceptionally talented musician touring the world and sharing his love for the Lord. Below is a little clip from his website.
‘Eduard Klassen is a Paraguayan folk harpist, now living in Canada, who has presented over 4,500 music concerts in 31 countries since making a personal commitment to Christ. A typical concert presentation by The Klassen’s includes a variety of Christian harp music from South America, North America and Europe, interspersed with personal testimony and stories of God’s work in his life, from boyhood in the wilderness of Paraguay to the present. Eduard’s natural sense of humour helps him to develop an excellent rapport with audiences wherever he goes.’
You can find out more on their website here.
Why not put the date in your diary now?
An Evening with Eduard Klassen – Cuningham Memorial Presbyterian Church, Cullybackey – Friday 24th November – 8:00pm