Annie Meadows at Women's Tea and in Concert

Annie Meadows is a gifted singer, songwriter and musician who weaves scriptural themes into her songs. Annie also shares her journey out of the witchcraft and the occult.

Annie MeadowsSaved out of life of witchcraft and the occult, Annie shares with audiences all over the US and further afield her powerful testimony and impacting songs.

Annie is in the Highlands and will be taking part in two events being organised by Calvary Church, Alness. All are warmly invited to these events.

Women's Tea

Kensal Hall,
Unit 2/3, Kendal Crescent Alness

Wednesday, 15 September, 2010

The theme will be: "Come into the will find rest for your soul"
(See poster image below)


Annie Meadow in Concert

McCallum Centre
Perrins Road, Alness
Thursday, 16 September, 2010

In extending a warm invitation to these events Pastor Billy MCMaster comments:

"Annie has a particular ministry to women and there is limited seating at the Women's Tea, so please contact us if you wish to come along.

Also, please join us at the McCallum Centre in Alness for an evening that will be unforgettable as Annie ministers through song and testimony."



Further information:

Calvary Alness
Pastor Billy McMaster
Tel: 01349 882428
Mob: 07563551391

Calvary Church, Alness, 12/08/2010

Billy McMaster (Guest) 02/10/2010 16:22
The McCallum Centre in Alness was packed for the concert by Las Vegas singer Annie Meadows.

Annie sang songs from her long recording career, and also shared stories from her past, recounting her journey from practising witchcraft to finding faith in Jesus Christ.

Despite Annie’s health problems, her voice was powerful in declaring the love and faithfulness of God. She immediadly had everyone join in as she sang “Weeping endures for the night, but joy comes in the morning' and with her celtic-inspired “Endless Night."

She also sang the first Christian song that she wrote after her conversion: 'I love you Lord' is her own testimony of seeking and finding the Lord.

It was a special night in Alness, and there are already plans for a return visit.
A P Elsworthy (Guest) 02/10/2010 23:09
Oh no, not another Tea Party! America is losing its head right now.

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