Romans 8:28 “And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good.”
ZHKC hosted Watoto Children’s Choir on 3rd March 2020. The Choir started their day at Weaverham High School; the students and staff found them inspirational. As a result, a large group of students then attended the public event at the Northwich Memorial Court in the evening which was a great success of sharing God’s message of love and hope to the people of Northwich. Over 200 attended the event and some of the children shared their personal experiences of how God really changed their life through the ministry of Watoto.
In the same week, ZHKC hosted Renew Wellbeing Training at Hope52 where 25 people from across the county came to hear from Rev Ruth Rice about what the Renew movement is all about and to learn how to set up Renew spaces in their churches. A place where it is “okay not to be okay”.
The Official Opening of Hope52 went way above all our expectations. We were blessed to have Vicky Royle & her music for the evening which set the perfect atmosphere for a truly spirit led evening. The High Sheriff of Cheshire, Mr Mark Mitchell, opened and, as an evangelist, celebrated God’s presence working in Hope52 and the opportunities Zac’s was able to have because of God’s grace and purpose.
We also heard from Rev Rob Cotton and his vision for Zac’s that started a few years ago in Barons Quay. The Mayor of Northwich, Mr Kevin Rimmer endorsed our commitment and purpose for Hope52 and encouraged our continuing work in Northwich. Rev Ruth Rice shared about the Renew Wellbeing space (we have the title of fastest Renew space set up out of over 50 across the country) and how it is for all who need that quiet shared space. The speeches ended with our own Rev Neal Stanton who spoke of what we have achieved in Jesus’ name so far and some of what is to come.
Jeremiah 17:7 Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, and whose hope is in the Lord.