Ordinary People Performing Extraordinary Work
The Kiwanis Club of Redmond improves the lives of the youth and families of Redmond and the surrounding communities through increasing hours of service, dollars of support and positive role models for the youth and future leaders of the community.
PRAYER BREAKFAST CONTINUES WITH EVENING SERVICE, TOO
Pray for America, the annual Redmond Kiwanis-led prayer breakfast will follow last year’s two-event schedule, breakfast in the morning and dessert in the evening.
Tom Benge, owners of Crossfit Breakthrough, will deliver the keynote address from Matthew 12:21: “In his name, the nations will put their hope.”
A capacity attendance of 250 is expected at Redmond Community Church, 237 NW Ninth St., Redmond, beginning with a catered breakfast at 6:30 a.m. on May 2. The cost is $6.
That evening at 6 p.m., the day of prayer activities conclude with a dessert gathering at Desert Song Church, 640 SW Evergreen Ave. There is no charge.
For more information contact Dan Young regarding the breakfast at 541-923-7773, and Brad Goeman regarding the dessert at 541-771-6548. Tickets are available from Dan Young and at most Redmond churches.