If no one died because of War – how different would worlds appear to be

If no one died because of War — how different would worlds appear to be. You may wonder why there is so much trouble in this world. Some would say religion is the cause of all that trouble, but they should know that there are more killings by non-religious terror acts or secular related violence.… Read More If no one died because of War – how different would worlds appear to be

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Hoddesdon 2017 weekend of praise, worship, Bible teaching and practical living

It is already for over 50 years that the Hoddesdon ecclesia organises a weekend with different workshops covering Bible study and practical living. The four key threads: Worship. Learn. Challenge. Grow. Worship At the core of the whole weekend is the worship of our Father and his Son through music, prayer, meditation and study. This… Read More Hoddesdon 2017 weekend of praise, worship, Bible teaching and practical living

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Christadelphian Meal A Day UK – Seeking 3 new trustees

From: Gordon Dawes <gordon@meal-a-day.org> During the next 18 months CMaD UK anticipates three trustee vacancies arising, due to retirements from the committee. Initial expressions of interest are invited from any members of our UK community who have deep empathy for CMaD’s work amongst the poor in Africa and Eastern Europe, and who would be willing… Read More Christadelphian Meal A Day UK – Seeking 3 new trustees

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London Thornton Heath ecclesia fraternal 21 January 2017

London (Thornton Heath) ecclesia are holding a fraternal on 21 January 2017 commencing at 6.00 p.m. Venue is their ecclesial hall in Foulsham Road Thornton Heath CR7 8LQ. Speaker is Bro. David Brown (Bracknell) and there are two talks on the theme ‘Remember your Creator’. A supper will be served afterwards. All brethren and sisters… Read More London Thornton Heath ecclesia fraternal 21 January 2017

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Spring Bibleweek from 30th September to 7th October 2017

The 2017 SBW@Armidale, NSW, Australia, will be held, God willing, from 30th September to 7th October at the New England Girls’ School (NEGS), an independent, Anglican, day and boarding school for girls. The school is situated on over 50 hectares (124 acres) of landscaped gardens and parkland, in a rural environment. The school is located… Read More Spring Bibleweek from 30th September to 7th October 2017

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Swanwick Family Weekend 28-30 April 2017 unlike any other study weekend

Toddlers to octogenarians are welcome at the Hayes Conference Centre, at the outskirts of a small village called Swanwick, just off junction 28 of the M1, Derbyshire, which is in a perfect rural setting for a weekend away from the world. It has been developed into a high quality purpose built centre with en-suite rooms… Read More Swanwick Family Weekend 28-30 April 2017 unlike any other study weekend

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Suffering brothers and sisters in Malawi, Mozambique and surrounding areas

Our brothers and sisters in Malawi, Mozambique and surrounding areas are suffering as a result of two very poor harvests. During the 2014/15 growing season torrential rain washed away much of the seed which had been planted, as well as causing other problems. In 2015/16 there was very little rainfall, which again meant a very… Read More Suffering brothers and sisters in Malawi, Mozambique and surrounding areas

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Appeal for help with Bible Education Centre in Chiang Mai, Thailand

The Bible Education Centre (BEC) in Chiang Mai, in northern Thailand, is greatly in need of brothers and sisters who have a strong desire to teach the true gospel to our friends. From the beginning of 2012, mission workers have been teaching the gospel in Chiang Mai and other areas of northern Thailand. With two… Read More Appeal for help with Bible Education Centre in Chiang Mai, Thailand

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Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) – Oxfam Malawi Food Crisis – Matched Funding Appeal

Early in September the Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) made a donation of 5,000 pounds to an appeal by Oxfam to raise funds to relieve large scale food shortages in Malawi caused by prolonged drought. Oxfam report that 6.5 million people are facing hunger and starvation – more than the entire population of Scotland – and… Read More Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) – Oxfam Malawi Food Crisis – Matched Funding Appeal

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Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) – British Red Cross Europe Refugee Crisis Appeal

Early in September the Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) made a donation of 5,000 pounds to an appeal by the British Red Cross to raise funds to help in the refugee crisis which is affecting tens of thousands of men, women and children across Europe. Food water and medical care are desperately needed in the flight… Read More Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) – British Red Cross Europe Refugee Crisis Appeal

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