Join Coffee With Ukrainian Pastors Feb. 11 in Sycamore
What is happening within the church located in Ukraine? Join a conversation with Ukrainian pastors visiting Sycamore on Saturday, Feb. 11.
Hear about the state of the church, the work with refugees, and how God's love is being shared within a war zone.
The free event is designed to share awareness of the current state of the church in Ukraine. Coffee and doughnuts will be provided.
The event will be hosted at the office of Kishwaukee Bible Church at 201 W. State in Sycamore from 9 to 10:30 a.m. All are welcome.
The special guests will be Mykola and Hanna Semenov, and Nadiia Panova.
The pastoral couple from Ukraine fled the occupied city of Pervomajsk. Mykola and Hanna are key leaders in the city of Ternopil, Ukraine with a vision for church planting in their country and are playing a large role in helping refugees in the region.
Panova fled from the occupied city of Severodonetsk to Ostrava (Czech Republic), where she has become a co-founder of the Ukrainian Church of CityChurch in Ostrava and leads humanitarian aid efforts to refugees still in Ukraine.
It will help organizers to plan the venue if you would RSVP via www.facebook.com/events/898771457831004 if you will be attending.