Soul Cafe returned and continues this weekend

Brogan, Emily, Kirby, Natasha, Patrina  and Megan pictured at the Soul Cafe event. INBM01-15S

Brogan, Emily, Kirby, Natasha, Patrina and Megan pictured at the Soul Cafe event. INBM01-15S

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Soul Café returned last weekend past to Drumreagh Church Hall outside Ballymoney with two Belfast groups; The Band and Newtownbreda Baptist Youth Band, leading worship on Friday and Saturday nights to a packed hall.

Local Irish League footballer Connor Downey told the crowds on Friday of his footballing career with Jesus by his side. Philip Cameron, a local anointed preacher, explained clearly and consisely the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Irish league footballers Connor Downey and Howard Beverland at Soul Cafe. INBM01-15S

Irish league footballers Connor Downey and Howard Beverland at Soul Cafe. INBM01-15S

Saturday night also seen Angelo Johnston, a reformed criminal, telling us how he came to be in a relationship with Jesus Christ. Philip Cameron returned again to speak again clearly on Not being a fool!

Both Friday and Saturday nights seen Soul Café plus, a relaxed after meeting with games, worship for the young people from Year 11 and above.

Expectations were high for Sunday night, and the returning worship band Red Letter brought the crowd to their feet most of the night with praise to glorify God and coupled with a heart warming testimony from Drumreagh’s own Sam Mullan who exhorted the crowd not to be lightweight Christians. Philip returned to the platform with the message of Salvation.

This weekend starts on Friday, January 9th with Mark Penny speaking, Drumreagh’s own Calvin Craig testifying and Sam Leeson leading the worship. Mark Penny is youth pastor in Belfast’s Metropolitan Tabernacle. Some of you may already know Calvin as he is a drummer with Red Letter, so come along to see what God has done in his life!

Kathryn Hilditch and Simon Beverland pictured at the Soul Cafe event. INBM01-15S

Kathryn Hilditch and Simon Beverland pictured at the Soul Cafe event. INBM01-15S

On Saturday night Danny Moore and band will take the stage, we also have the privilege of having Stephen Boyd with us to testify.

The praise on Sunday 11th will be led again by the renowned Red Letter, a spirit-filled worship band whose desire is to see God glorified. The godly young man Nic Leaver will be testifying of how Jesus has impacted his life, and Mark Penny will be concluding his message. Do not miss this amazing opportunity to come to Soul Cafe and consider the only question that matters in eternity: What will I do with Jesus?

We encourage all young people to come and live this experience, an event not to be missed! Please come early as dozens were left with standing room only this past weekend. We so look forward to seeing you there either to renew fellowship or meet you for the first time.

In the meantime everyone in the Soul Cafe team would like to continue to thank all those who are supporting this event in any way and especially in prayer.

“Our aim is to work together as one body in Christ, seeking to honour and glorify His name and see both young (and not so young!) come to a knowing and saving relationship with God through Jesus. We know that none of this is achieved by man alone and to God be all the glory.”

If anyone would like to talk to a member of the team in advance, please make contact directly or through the media sites below.

Soul Café 2014 on facebook and Twitter: Rev Hugh Mullan 02827663210

“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life” John 8:12