Hope Sunday
The Details

Date April 29, 2018
Time 8:55 am - 12:30 pm
Location Peninsula Covenant Church

Contact Person
Sharon S.
Glocal Hub Director

Sponsor a Child

Sponsoring a child not only changes a life, it changes an entire community.

On Sunday, April 29, join us to hear about PCC’s partnership in Africa, and consider sponsoring a child (or children!)

8:55am – Worship Center at 3560 Farm Hill Blvd
9:05am – Community Center Gym at 3623 Jefferson Ave
10:00am – PCC Hudson at Hawes Elementary School, 909 Roosevelt Ave
11:00am – Worship Center at 3560 Farm Hill Blvd



In partnership with Covenant Kids Congo, through World Vision, and alongside our Global 6K for Water, we have the chance to sponsor children in Congo, where PCC has rich ministry partnerships.

Sponsorship helps children living in extreme poverty by developing programs that create sustainable development for the whole community. The benefits you help provide will extend to each child’s family, their community, and other children in need.

If you’re participating in the Global 6K on April 28, you can choose to sponsor the child whose picture will be on your race bib!

Find out more about sponsorship.


Africa Partnerships

10:00am-1:30pm on the lawn at Farm Hill Campus, 3560 Farm Hill Blvd

Come share a meal and meet friends visiting from Africa & serving locally who are making a unique impact for the Kingdom!

Mossai Sanguma, Founding President of Ubangi Protestant University, a regional Congolese school making college education accessible to all.

Sabuli Sanguma, Mama to over 100 orphaned children to whom she brings hope and family.

Phoebe and Henock, Malawi Children’s Mission leaders, bringing nutrition for the mind, body, and spirit to 150 orphaned children in Blantyre, Malawi.

Holly Stewart and the Ariani Hatami Foundation, guiding PCC to pioneer a whole new program of education and mentoring for foster youth, our local orphans.

World Vision staff, bringing opportunities to sponsor children in Gemena on behalf of Covenant Kids Congo.

A Virtual Reality experience letting you discover what it is like to grow up in a poor village through a virtual reality experience.


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