Anyone for cycling?

So, as part of the brotherhood social scene, brother Tim had contacted folk at Wythall ecclesia and suggested we all went cycling together Saturday 21st April 2018 (Wormsley Estate, Stockenchurch, High Wycombe, HP14 3YL) and do the Brewin Dolphin Ridgeway Rouleur sportive event in Oxfordshire, being about half way for all of us. The UKCE… Read More Anyone for cycling?

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Appeal for funding for The Loanialu Health Clinic

Jeannie Barton RN RM CHN DipC, Director, Loanialu Health Clinic and her husband on behalf of The Loanialu Health Clinic Brother Warren and Sister Jeannie Barton from Queensland Australia, have established a health clinic in a remote area. This Clinic is located on an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean called Tanna. It… Read More Appeal for funding for The Loanialu Health Clinic

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Heritage College new custom-built Music and Art Block

God is the Master Creator. He has placed within humanity a portion of His ability to create and to appreciate the process and product of that creativity. God created us as artistic beings who relate to a wide and diverse range of artistic experiences and expressions. The Arts is a variety of media that impacts… Read More Heritage College new custom-built Music and Art Block

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Compare and Expound

Nigel Bernard has written a new book entitled, `Compare and Expound’. It is a collection of twenty studies on a variety of biblical topics. This book written from a Christadelphian perspective, considers subjects ranging from Genesis through to Revelation. Most of the studies draw on Old Testament background to shed light on passages in the… Read More Compare and Expound

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British Expeditionary Force in Palestine in WWI – Allenby and Jerusalem

Stephen Snobelen from the Bedford Nova Scotia Ecclesia is looking for Christadelphians who served in the British Expeditionary Force in Palestine in WWI. He first send out an appeal in 2008 and was very grateful for the additional names that appeal raised. Although the generation of WWI is now gone and while some of the… Read More British Expeditionary Force in Palestine in WWI – Allenby and Jerusalem

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2018 SCYC Camp on the stunning Dorset coast

You are warmly invited to SCYC Camp this summer on the stunning Dorset coast. The camp runs from 29 July – 4 August (for current Year 9’s and above) on a beautiful campsite next to Corfe Castle. Fully catered, activity-packed, inclusive, friendly, discussion-based, a great place for teens to explore and develop their faith and friendships, in an… Read More 2018 SCYC Camp on the stunning Dorset coast

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Agape in Action and Child Sponsorship program in 2017

Agape in Action has cared for orphans and widows in their distress and encouraged brothers and sisters through their spiritual struggles. In 2017, Agape in action focused on strengthening the administrative core of Agape in Action. Good progress was made on streamlining their operations and developing new systems that are even more efficient and effective.… Read More Agape in Action and Child Sponsorship program in 2017

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Mencap Fayre

A Note for your diary – Saturday 29th September God willing Newbury ecclesia plans to hold the Mencap Fayre on the above date this year. They usually hold it in Spring but are going for an Autumn event on this occasion. Amongst the stalls the ecclesia is running will be Art/Craft, so for those with… Read More Mencap Fayre

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The Sydney schools lifting their NAPLAN results

While declining or flatlining NAPLAN results have become a cause for concern, one tiny school in Sydney’s west has bucked the trend to improve its scores dramatically in both literacy and numeracy. The latest NAPLAN results showed the proportion of students meeting national minimum standards in all domains has flatlined or declined for most year groups, and… Read More The Sydney schools lifting their NAPLAN results

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