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|Missionaries visit Curaçao|
|Sunday, 24 March 2013 11:27|
WILLEMSTAD — An group of ministers and missionaries from the Pentecostal Fire Ministries International will visit Curaçao next week. This group visits the Caribbean area every year. After Haiti and Dominica, Curaçao is next in line.Pentecostal Fire Ministries consists of members from many countries, including Hong Kong, Brazil, the United States, Belgium and Canada. The group will be on Curaçao from March 24th to April 1st and will participate with various activities.
From March 24 to 27 the members of the group will give special courses at the FFK-building in Brievengat.
On March 28th, Maundy Thursday, the group will visit community center Soto. An international prayer service will be held on the morning of Good Friday at the K-Center in Brievengat. This service can be seen worldwide via live streaming, between ten a.m. and three p.m.
On Saturday, March 30th, between seven in the morning and one in the afternoon, the members of the Pentecostal Fire Ministries will hold a free carwash at the SDK-building. A huge, free concert is scheduled between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. for the entire family at the K-Center with performances by Shine and members from K-Center Youth. In the morning the group will visit community projects.
On Easter Sunday the group will conclude its visit with a Caribbean Night in the church Hesus Kristu e Kontesta in Muizenberg. The organizers emphasize that this activity is not meant for a specific religion but that all residents of Curaçao are welcome.
Dial telephone numbers 683-3495 or 566-8737 for more information.