“Imagine No Malaria”
With Lasana Kanneh of Liberia
3:00 PM, Sunday, August 21st.
Stayton United Methodist Church
1450 Fern Ridge Rd., Stayton, OR 97383
Lasana Kanneh suffered much in his native Liberia. Lasana was born blind, ostracized for his disability and abandoned. His life was hopeless until he heard the good news of Jesus’ love for him. Lasana became a Christian, but as a result, could never return home. His story of escape from war, persecution, poverty, abuse and personal failure is moving and transform-ing as he brings us beautiful songs of faith, hope and restoration.
Lasana first sang with Echoes of the Blind, a group of blind men and women who sang for food on the war ravaged streets of Liberia. Since then he has toured 46 states raising mon-ey for orphans in Africa. He has sang at the Grand Old Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, toured the West Coast for four years and won first place in the gospel sing at the Clackamas County Fair two years in a row. His soaring vocals, simple melodies and killer arrangements create this amazing music.
Lasana has graciously agreed to do a concert for our community to raise money for the “Imagine No Malaria” campaign to help eradicate Malaria and save lives in Africa.
Bring a friend and join us at this exciting and inspiring concert and do your part to help end Malaria. A Free-Will offering will be taken.
Click this picture to see his Facebook page!
both in our community and across the world.
1450 Fern Ridge Rd. SE
(The church with the square bell tower.)
Stayton Oregon 97383
Rev. Janine Delaunay
We hope you will find a place to worship, either with us or elsewhere,
during this meaningful and important season in the
life of the Christian Church.
We worship every Sunday at 10 AM. We would love to have you join us.
Adult Bible Study Sundays at 9 AM
Sunday School for children 3 years old and older – 9 AM
Worship at 10 AM
Child Care Available During Worship
Sundays at 11:30 AM
Women’s Bible Study
Wednesdays at 12:30 PM
May God Bless Our Every Good Intention
and Bring to Fulfillment
All That Is Good