Peter Honeyball: September 2018
This Sunday it is the turn of Karibuni Children to be the focus of our Circuit Prayers. It is difficult to imagine the conditions that some of the young people in Kenya endure on a daily basis. Karibuni Children, one of our Circuit Charities, works towards eliminating the poverty that causes those conditions. Please support them where you can by attending some of their functions ordering goods from their catalogue, and especially by remembering the work in your prayers this Sunday.
For a message from co-founder Joy Murphy, click here.
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
I am representing AMC on the World Day of Prayer (WDP) committee. The 2020 service has been prepared by the women of Zimbabwe and will be presented in 170 countries throughout the world on one day — Friday 6th March. There are two services: one in the afternoon at 1.30pm (at the 7th Day Adventist Church on the Stoke Road), and the evening one at 7.30pm (planned to be at the Lady of Lourdes...
You can join the Youth Group from Year 6 upwards! We meet every Wednesday from 6.15 — 7.30pm, (except in school holidays).The 1st Wednesday is SINGING , the 2nd Wednesday — DRAMA, 3rd Wednesday — DISCUSSION and 4th Wednesday — SOCIAL. There's NO weekly charge. Just pay £1 on Youth Social nightsTo SIGN UP, please contact Mel email@example.com Tel: 07717...
A few years ago, I started talking to Tom, a young homeless man, and when I asked if there was anything that I could do to help, he said that he had been given food and drink, but his hands were freezing (he said that hot drinks helped as you can wrap your hands around them until the drink goes cold). Whilst he was talking, I thought of my own hands — all snug inside my woolly gloves. So, I...
Fairford Leys Community Centre