Logos Hope back in Gqeberha with visitor experiences galore!

The Logos Hope docking in the Port Elizabeth harbour today

Logos Hope, the world’s largest floating book fair docked in Gqeberga (Port Elizabeth) this afternoon and will be open to the public from 1pm tomorrow (Friday February 23). The OM ministry ship will remain in the port until March 17, and will once again be offering the public a variety of visitor experiences.

During the ship’s last visit to the city in November 2016, about 36 000 visitors were welcomed up the gangways.

Logos Hope’s onboard book fair offers an expanded selection of over 5 000 titles of books at
affordable prices. They cover a wide range of subjects including science, sports, hobbies, cookery, arts,
medicine, languages and faith. With children’s titles, academic texts, dictionaries, atlases and more, the
book fair is something the whole family can enjoy.

The Visitor Experience Deck, open to the public, beckons exploration. From the Welcome Area, offering
an introduction to the vessel through a short movie and interactive displays, to the International Café,
where delightful treats like ice cream, drinks, and snacks are available for purchase, there is something
for everyone to enjoy.

Logos Hope. which is manned by 400 volunteers from R60 nations, will open to the public at the Port of Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth) from February 23 to March 17.

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Opening Hours are:
Tuesday to Thursday: 11am–7pm
Friday and Saturday: 11am–8pm (but opening at 1pm tomorrow)
Sunday: 1pm–8pm
Closed: Monday
Entrance fee:
Adults (13-64 years): R10 per person
Adults 65 and over: Free
Children under 12 years: Free (must be accompanied by an adult)
Tickets can be bought at the ship, Last tickets are sold until one hour before closing.
The ship will open for schools between 11am to 1pm (Tuesday-Friday).

There will also be a wide range of programmes held on the ship (see below) which require pre-booking by contacting 063 195 6503 or 079 496 7768

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Mission Is Possible — God’s story in and through the Church
February 27, 5pm-7pm — Admission: R30

Men’s Morning Devotion — starting the day in God’s Word
Feb 29, 6am-7am — Admission: R30

All Praise To Him Alone — a worship concert
Saturday March 2, 6pm-9pm — Admission: R20

Stations Of Generosity — discover biblical view on generosity
March 5,6, 9am-4pm — Admission: Free

Praying For The Least Reached — Workshop and Prayer
Thursday March 7, 6pm-9pm — Admission: Free

Meet The World — Cultural performances from around the world
Friday March 8, 5.30pm-7pm — Admission: R40

Faith And Work — sharing Christ in your workplace
Saturday March 9, 9am-5pm — Admission: R50

God’s Story and You — an event for young adults (18y to 30y)
Saturday March 9, 6pm-9pm — Admission: R20

Open Sunday Service
Sunday March 10, 9.30am-11am — Admission: Free

Wonderfully Made — Ladies event about God’s story
Tuesday March 12, 2pm-5pm — Admission: R30

University For Christ — event for students to gather and reflect on their role in God’s Kingdom story
Thursday March 14, 5.30pm-8pm — Admission: R30

Overnight Prayer — praying for those who have never heard of Jesus
Friday March 15, 9pm-6am — Admission: Free

God’s Plan for Children — kids programme (8y-12y)
Saturday March 16, 3pm-5pm — Admission: R20

Teens For Christ — for teens (13y-18y) to discover their identity and role in God’s Kingdom
Sunday March 25, 3pm-5pm — Admission: R30

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