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Rhema Church ScotlandSeptember 14, 2016
A lit up cross with various national flags

WOW! What an amazing night was had by all who attended our recent International Celebration, held on Sunday 11th September 2016.

The whole evening from start to finish was full of life, colour, excitement and energy. With many different nations represented, such as Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, India, France, Germany and many more, this multicultural evening was a great success.

The evening began with some lively praise to the Lord, including some songs from different nations such as Israel and some special ministry songs. We then enjoyed an inspiring and stirring message on God's Love and Peace from our guest for the evening - Pastor Paul Croft, who is originally from Zimbabwe. "If we keep His Word and do His Word, we will be blessed" and "There will never be peace unless you acknowledge the Prince of Peace - Jesus", just two of the inspiring comments made by Pastor Paul as he ministered into the hearts of those congregation members and the many visitors who attended.

Pastor Paul Croft preaching at the pulpit

After the Word was preached, there was the opportunity to sample some cuisine from all the different nations represented, and a time of fellowship with one another, catching up with old friends and making new ones too.

On a whole, the entire evening was a great success, seeing people saved, healed and totally blessed. We are so looking forward to next years event which will take place on Sunday 10th September 2017 - an evening not to be missed!

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