Rwanda Past and Present

The Challenge of Reconciliation for Christians after genocide?

Alexis Bilindabagabo is the Anglican Bishop of Gahini in Rwanda. He has been a refugee three times – as a five-year-old with his parents, as a schoolboy with his brother and as a father with his own four children. He survived the 1994 genocide with his wife Grace and their children through a series of miracles. He believes God spared him so he could become a ‘father to the fatherless’ in pioneering a ministry to 8,000 Rwandan orphans after the genocide.

Date: Wednesday 22nd October, 7:30pm – 9:30pm

Location: St Peter’s College Memorial Hall, Hackney Road, St Peters

Cost: $10

Contact: email us, or call 8364 4152

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