On Saturday, April 26, 2014 the 7th Annual Ladies' Tea and Tour will be held at the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, North Carolina. The guest speaker for this event is Aileen Coleman, a medical missionary and co-founder of a mission hospital in Mafraq, Jordan.
There will be two separate seatings for the 7th Annual Ladies' Tea and Tour at the Billy Graham Library this year, with the first seating being at 11 a.m. and the second at 3 p.m.
Those interested in attending should know that the last day to make reservations is Monday, April 21, 2014. Reservations can be made by calling 704-401-3263. The cost of reserving seats ranges from $25 to $35. Everyone must have advance reservations.
The following details are from the site for the Billy Graham Library:
Guest Speaker: Aileen Coleman, a nurse and longtime medical missionary in the Middle East, co-founded a mission hospital in Mafraq, Jordan, in 1965. It was there in 1971 that Franklin Graham first her—an encounter that helped inspire his call to world missions. Coleman’s ongoing work has been lauded by Queen Elizabeth II of England and Queen Noor of Jordan. She is known to the Bedouin tribes as “The Angel of the Desert.”
The Billy Graham Library is located at 4330 Westmont Drive in Charlotte, North Carolina. Those needing directions may want to view details provided by the site for the Billy Graham Library here.
While at the Billy Graham Library visitors may want to take time to see Ruth's Attic Bookstore. More details about this are available online.
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