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The speaker at our next Men's Breakfast on Tuesday 17 October 2017 is Hans Scriba and you're invited -
please register as per the details below to attend.
Hans, a former WP and Sharks Rugby player and the current Manager of SARU's Academies with the task of selecting and nurturing the next generation of Springbok rugby players, will tell the story of how he was introduced into a life of sport by growing up in a sports mad family.  He played SA Schools Rugby and Provincial Cricket and Tennis for SWD before focusing on rugby at a provincial level - and even represented Germany at international level.  Not only multi-talented on the sports field, Hans is multi-denominational, having started as a Lutheran , then a Methodist and today an Anglican - he and his wife Jenny of 27 years (and their two daughters Nicole and Stephanie) have been part of the CCK community for the past few years and occasional preacher.

Hans is both a committed and life-long sportsman and disciple of Jesus and he will give us a window into his life and the influences that have brought him to where he is today and how he lives out his faith in his career - a story we would all do well to hear.
The breakfast takes place from 7am - 8am on Tuesday 17 October at Christ Church.

The invitation is open to all the men of Christ Church, young and old, and to their friends. 
Please invite others to extend our community of men and bring them along to join us.

Date: Tuesday 17th October
Time: 7am-8am
Venue: Christ Church
Cost: R50  (to be paid in cash on the day)

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