As the tough year, 2020, narrows down to closure, individuals and groups of people around the country are up to holding thanksgiving sessions, ranging from dinners, prayer breakfasts, and other get together arrangements to convey their gratitude for emerging victorious despite the adverse effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Such a program is the Women’s Annual gathering organized by Hannah Women’s Ministry that brings together women from all walks of life for a thanksgiving prayer breakfast.
The Ministry is set to host the women’s end of year thanksgiving prayer breakfast on December 6, 2020 at Sheraton Hotel themed: Breaking the shackles.
“2020 has been very challenging for many due to covid-19, so many people have lost their lives and it’s only appropriate to just thank God that we still have the opportunity to breathe,” Gloria Mugarura, the host said.
Founded 6 years ago, Mugarura noted, the Ministry’s aim is to encourage women to believe in themselves and in God, regardless of whatever challenges they go through.
“There is a lot of pressure on women to perform in every area of life from society, so it is only right that we uplift and strengthen each other,” she said.
The prayer breakfast will have ministers of God like Pastor Justine Nabosa alongside “other anointed persons.”
“It’s going to be powerful this year, the stress that covid-19 has put on people is going to cool off as we meet to eat, talk and pray. After such a difficult year, it is only appropriate that we have some fun and laughter to offload our worries. People are going to get revived in every area of their life and get re-strengthened for the journey ahead,” Mugarura noted.
Those who won’t be able to attend in person can access the service via Gloria Mugarura’s official Facebook page and “enjoy the moment with us.”