Due to parents’ separation, a girl was often shuttled off to her relatives’ and friends’ homes to be fostered, while she has been longing for the warmth of a home. However, one misfortune following hard on another came upon her…. Until some gospel messengers came, bringing her the warmth and love of a home. She finally found the haven where her heart could berth.
Time: 17th Nov. (Sunday) 9:45～12:00 （Start from: 9:30）
Participation fee : free of charge
Venue: Academy Bunkyo Study Room
Address: Floor B1 Center, Bunkyo Civic Center, 1-16-21 Kasuga Bunkyo-Ku, Tokyo
Tokyo Metro Korakuen Station: Marunouchi Line (Exit 4a, 5th) or Namboku Line (Exit 5) 1 minute’s walk
Toei Subway Kasuga Station: Mita Line, Oedo Line (Bunkyo Civic Center gate) 1 minute’s walk
JR Sobu Line Suidobashi Station (East Exit) 9 minutes’ walk
Host: The Association on Study of Religion and
Address: No. 501, 2-17-3 Sui Do, Bunkyo-Ku, Tokyo
Here is the application link.
Please fill in your name, contact information and affiliation.
If you are unable to fill out on the above link, please email The Association on Study of Religion and Human Rights at (firstname.lastname@example.org) with subject “Film ‘Where Is My Home’ – Release on 17th Nov. 2019 Tokyo”, meanwhile please leave your name, contact information and affiliation in the email.
Inquiry: The Association on Study of Religion and Human Rights