Pastor Willy Dumas and Tameka Hunter lead a group in a Bible reading.
Pastor Willy Dumas and Tameka Hunter lead a group in a Bible reading. Blainey Woodham

Conference supports future leaders

TWEED Valley Community Church will host around 200 people for the annual Ganggalah Conference next weekend.

The theme for the March 4 and 5 gathering is “Investing into Leaders of the Future” and it will present speakers from around the country.

Pastor Willy Dumas said the word Ganggalah comes from the local Bundjulung people and means a place of wisdom and learning.

“This conference brings together people of every colour and nation, who have a heart to see indigenous communities around Australia thrive and bring hope and godly leadership to their people,” he said.

“Our aim is that delegates leave here inspired, with a no-excuses approach to life and a great sense of joy and anticipation for the future.”

Mr Dumas said the conference offers the chance to enjoy a traditional bush tucker lunch and build relationships with people from across Australia.

For more information, contact Tarran Deane on 0417 654 305.



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