Spice up your life with real taste of India

YOU CAN add a touch of spice to your life at an event being held in Louth in support of a mission in India.

An authentic Indian meal evening is being held at Union Church on Eastgate, Louth on Saturday, May 14.

The evening is being organised by Paul and Bianca Vivian who host Pastor Robert Mophet and his wife Mini each year.

Robert and Mini are senior pastors and teachers at their Harvest Mission Centre, based in Kerala, southern India.

The Indian meal evening is free but donations can be made to help with on-going work at the mission.

As well as cooking, Pastor Mophet and Mini will also be displaying some of the fabrics and cotton goods made by women at the Harvest Mission Centre.

The mission also has a Christian school of nearly 300 children, including 100 orphans, offering free education and free school meals everyday.

The event starts at 6pm and is limited to a maximum of 50 guests so diners are urged to book early to guarantee a seat.

The evening is being sponsored and organised by Truthfabric, and the Vineyard Home-coming Church, Louth.

Event details: 01507 354431 or 0796 186 5578

Further details about Harvest Mission can be found at: www.harvestforindia.com