Liberty breakfast event launches Christian aid charity’s new website

Liberty breakfast event launches Christian aid charity

The international Christian aid charity Liberty, have organised an open breakfast meeting to launch their new website called Making People Free.

Starting at 9.30 am, on Saturday 12th April, this early morning event, which is open to the public, provides a forum for Liberty’s executive to share their vision of evangelistic outreach through practical support that has transformed hundreds of thousands of lives since their work began 1999.

Since it’s inception the charity have built sixty village churches, primary schools, provided bursaries for further education, established adult literacy classes, agricultural empowerment programmes, and free healthcare in regions where those without the means to pay have to go without.

Last year alone sixty people who live in villages so remote that they do not have the means to travel to the cities, received free cataract operations using the latest laser technology.

Offering support and relief for people living in often forgotten rural regions in West Africa, setting people free is not only their mission statement but also the rasion detre for this organisation.

The driving vision behind this work is to see the successes achieved in the villages where Liberty has worked, replicated in every village across Africa.

Founder Rev Kate Jinadu, sees Liberty as an empowerment charity committed to setting people free body, mind and spirit.

‘We have built some sixty village churches, two village schools, and awarded twenty six university scholarships so far. Our schools provide education for 500 children who would otherwise not have the opportunity to learn,’ the founder of Liberty, Rev Kate Jinadu said.

‘We offer free, adult literacy classes and have sunk nine wells and boreholes, which provide the only source of clean drinking water for ten villages. All this may sound a bit factual but the reality is that we have witnessed the transformation of thousands of needy people. We have seen them lifted out of poverty and into physical, spiritual and mental wholeness,’ Jinadu added.

Starting at 9.30 am on Saturday 12th April, at the Emmanuel Centre in Westminster, this meeting offers the opportunity to learning more about the work of this charity, which is transforming lives for the good.

Liberty’s free breakfast but needs registraion and is at 9.30am – 11.00 am on Saturday 19 April, Emmanuel Christian Centre, in Marsham Street Victoria, SW1 3DW.

To register for this free breakfast event contact Jackie 07908 498617 or Akinola 07904 131897 or email

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