Hosanna! to host women's event on human trafficking

  • Sharmila Wijeyakumar, founder of Rahab's Daughters, will talk about human trafficking on Friday, April 5, at Hosanna! Lutheran Church in St. Charles

    Sharmila Wijeyakumar, founder of Rahab's Daughters, will talk about human trafficking on Friday, April 5, at Hosanna! Lutheran Church in St. Charles Daily Herald File Photo

 
Submitted by Hosanna! Lutheran Church
Updated 3/27/2019 2:09 PM

At 7 p.m. Friday, April 5, Hosanna! Lutheran Church in St. Charles will be hosting a women's event featuring guest speaker Sharmila Wijeyakumar, founder of Rahab's Daughters.

She will present information on human trafficking. The organization specializes in rescue, rehabilitation, and reintegration of survivors of trafficking. They offer survivors of human trafficking shelter, clothing, education, vocational training, and the ability to create a dream plan that empowers them to start making choices for their own lives and break free from being controlled by someone else.

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All women over 18 years old are welcome to attend this free event; please register in advance. For more information about Rahab's Daughters go to rahabsdaughters.org.

To register to attend or to get more information, call the church office at (630) 584-6434, email at Welcome@HosannaChurch.com or visit www.HosannaChurch.com. Hosanna is located at 36W925 Red Gate Road, with the entrance just east of Randall Road, in St. Charles.

Hosanna! is located just east of Randall Road in St. Charles.

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