The Wallaceburg and District Ministerial Association is holding their annual non-denominational shurch service on Sunday, August 12 during WAMBO.
The service starts at 10 a.m. in the James Street Municipal Parking Lot under the tent.
A free will offering will be received to assist with service expenses and to fund the on-going community-based work of the group.
Speaking at the service this year will be Melinda Estabrooks.
Estabrooks’ career spans over 20 years of broadcast, motivational speaking, and advocacy experience.
In her early career, she served as an advocate for social justice issues as a media producer, reporter, and Cultural Correspondent at Canada’s premier Christian journalism weekly TV program, Listen Up TV.
Estabrooks has been a keynote speaker at conferences, retreats, churches and concerts throughout Canada for close to two decades.
She lives in Burlington, Ontario with her husband, Chris and on the weekends has the privilege of her step-children, Nathan and Sophie, staying over and eating sushi and watching Netflix.
People are also encouraged to join MP Bev Shipley for for a free barbecue on-site, after church.