When

Friday, May 24, 2019
Doors open at 6:15 p.m.

Where

Cochrane Alliance Church
902 Glenbow Drive Cochrane, AB

Cost

$75.00/ticket

Registration Deadline

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

On Friday, May 24, 2019 Prison Fellowship Canada is celebrating what God is doing for prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families and victims in Alberta. Join us at Banquet of Hope: Alberta’s Partnership Banquet from 6:15 PM to 9:00 PM at Cochrane Alliance Church on 902 Glenbow Drive, Cochrane, AB. 

Together, let us continue to grow the ministry in the region and share the love of Christ with those impacted by crime. Enjoy a sumptuous Alberta roast beef dinner, music from Grace Revolution Band, and inspiring messages from PFC stakeholders.

We’re carrying on the tradition of holding a silent auction! Donate and bring an item for auctioning on the night of the banquet to help raise funds. Alternatively, auction donations may also be delivered in advance to Mike Borody of CIR REALTY on 130-5 Avenue in Cochrane or 168-8060 Silver Springs Boulevard in Calgary, or contact Bev at 403-932-3688. 

Register for $75 now through the form below . Help share the PFC vision to those whom you think may be interested in prison ministry and invite them to the banquet. 

For queries, or cash or cheque payments, please contact:

Alberta Regional Representative Tony Hilling at 1-403-836-0740 or tonyh@prisonfellowship.ca

Alberta Administrative Assistant Brenda Hilling at 1.844.618.5867 ext. 310 or brenda@prisonfellowship.ca

Deadline for registration is Tuesday, May 21, 2019. 

Guest Speakers

Annette Stanwick

Guest speakers include inspirational speaker, award-winning author and Freedom Facilitator Annette Stanwick. After the murder of her brother, Ms. Stanwick unexpectedly found forgiveness for her brother’s assailants through God’s leading and grace.

Raymond Mowla

Prison Fellowship Canada’s own Raymond Mowla, author of “Broken Hearted Joy” will share his powerful testimony of transformation. When Mr. Mowla turned away from his Islamic roots at a young age, he quickly began to indulge in his impulse to pursue a life of crime. Starting with petty thefts and schoolhouse rebellion at a young age, he landed himself in a federal prison with a two-year sentence by the age of 23 – having almost murdered someone. Upon release, his life once again went on a slippery slope that should have led him back to prison, but instead caused him to fall into the arms of Jesus Christ!

Darrel Janz

Renowned anchor and reporter Darrel Janz, a recipient of the 2013 Western Association of Broadcasters (WAB) Hall of Fame Award will emcee the banquet.

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