September 17, 5pm @ Port High

Henry Olonga was the first black player on the Zimbabwean national cricket team and youngest-ever player to represent his homeland at international level.  In 2003 Henry, along with another cricketer, Andy Flower, wore a black armband during the Cricket World Cup protesting the “death of democracy” in Zimbabwe under the oppressive regime of Robert Mugabe. This in turn triggered personal death threats and local shame, ultimately forcing him to flee his country as a political refugee. 14 years later, his journey has seen him settled in Australia, and living in Adelaide with his family.

For one night only, Henry will talk about his story and faith through times of hardship, heartache and hope.
This is a night you don't want to miss - all are welcome.


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CE is an informal and relaxed seven-week course. It’s for anyone who wants to think about the meaning of life. It’s run by ordinary Christian people and is completely free. 


You don’t need to know anything about the Bible, and you won’t be asked to pray or sing.
You can ask any question you like, or you can just sit and listen.


Whoever you are, whatever you’re thinking, Christianity Explored is a place for you to explore what life’s all about. It might just be the best news you’ve ever heard.


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