Christian Women Connecting for Global Impact

16 July 2015
NZ Christian Network

Christian Women Connecting for Global Impact

by | Jul 16, 2015

NZCN invites you to

Hear about key themes that are emerging for Christian women, the very exciting work of the Global Women’s Commission, and stories from around the globe of women in leadership who are truly making a difference.

Amanda will share her own journey into leadership, and the challenge she believes God is offering to women to more fully walk with a sense of purpose and calling in their own lives.

You will have an opportunity to talk about your own experiences, and pray with others on the journey.

venue

AUT, City Campus – Sir Paul Reeves Conference Centre (WA224)

date

Tuesday, 11th August, 2015

time

6:30pm mix and mingle, 7pm start – 9:30pm
Arrive early and meet other women, and stay afterwards for drinks and nibbles to continue the conversations

RSVP

Friday 7th August by filling in the form below

cost

Free admissiom, koha welcome

The conference centre is located on level 1 of the WA building, enter from the WG building, and through  the Governor Fitzroy plaza. There will be signage at both WG entrances. See map.

Parking:  On-street parking free after 6pm or Wilsons car parking on St Pauls Street

Your hosts for the evening, Rachel Afeaki-Taumoepeau and  Janet Tuck, regional directors for the NZ and South Pacific Women’s Commission.

This evening will also be the launch of the NZ and South Pacific Women’s Commission, Women As One.

Online registrations have closed however, we are still taking late registrations via telephone until noon, Tuesday. Call 09 525 0949 and leave a message including your name, email address and telephone number.

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