The Life & Influence of Nelson Mandela
18 Mar 2020
A talk by Reverend Colin Chambers, former chaplain to Nelson Mandela in Robben Island prison. All proceeds in aid of our work with homeless and vulnerable people in Wiltshire.
Nelson Mandela spent 27 years in jail under South Africa’s apartheid government, including 18 years in the notorious prison 'Robben Island' off the coast of Cape Town. Nelson Mandela was finally released from prison on February 11, 1990 and went on to become President of South Africa and one of the 20th Century's most influential figures.
Rev Colin Chambers was chaplain to Nelson Mandela for eight years, supporting him and other inmates at Robben Island prison. Colin will share his extraordinary stories of Nelson Mandela, providing a fascinating insight into the life of the global icon. Join us at St. Paul's Church, Salisbury in aid of local homeless charity Alabaré.
About our Speaker
Reverend Colin Chambers lives in Portsmouth and is a former Lieutenant Commander in the South African Navy, a qualified special needs primary teacher and an ordained Christian Minister. He was a prison chaplain for 15 years. He now is a volunteer chaplain for homeless charity Alabaré, providing their residents with pastoral and spiritual care.
Arrival at 7:00pm.
Talk with Rev Colin Chambers begins at 7:15pm.
Share drinks and nibbles at around 8:30pm, leading to the evening’s finish at 9:30pm.
In aid of Alabaré
All proceeds from this event will go to local homeless charity Alabaré. Alabaré's Homes, Drop In Centres and Training Facilities provide shelter, training and support to homeless and vulnerable people in Salisbury. Alabaré help them transform their lives, providing accommodation and helping them gain the skills, confidence and opportunities to live a fulfilled life.
St Paul's Church
Date & Time
7:00 - 9:30pm Wednesday 18th March 2020
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