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During June we can ‘Count our Blessings’ by donating to help Hand in Hand for Aid and Development rebuild schools in Syria. Simply donate based upon how much you are blessed each day.
Please click on form for further information.
When completed please send Cheques for your total donation to Mrs Margaret Hart, the District MWiB treasurer, who will hold on to the money until it can be delivered to Hand in Hand. It would also be good if you could send Jackie Hartrey your completed sheets, as she would like to collate the statistics and give you a feedback on them afterwards. You needn't put any personal information on the sheets.
For more information about Count our Blessings please click on link.
Last year internationally acclaimed pianist Margaret Fingerhut raised an incredible £82,000 for City of Sanctuary, visiting 32 cities across the UK with a unique piano recital 'Far From the Home I Love'
Margaret will be performing her fundraising finale live-streamed over Facebook to reach her target of £88,000 (£1k for each piano key on a standard piano) to support the work of City of Sanctuary.
To watch, simply tune into www.facebook.com/cityofsanctuary at 8pm on Friday 5th June 2020!
Her online concert includes collaborations with viola player Raghad Haddad from the National Syrian Orchestra and singer-songwriter Sam Slatcher from the Stories of Sanctuary project, alongside special guests violinist Peter Fisher and musician, composer, singer and Oud soloist Arian Hu.
There is a suggested donation of £5 for attending the live-streamed concert:
Join their online service Sunday 14 June 2020 at 3.00pm mha.org.uk/mhasunday.
This service will be one of reflection, memorial and appreciation for all those impacted by COVID-19, across MHA homes, schemes and beyond. They hope you will find this service a helpful moment to pause, reflect and pray together in these challenging times.
To host an MHA Sunday service, all downloadable resources are available at mha.org.uk/mhasunday.
Please click on flier for further information.
Come, Rise Up Now Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Nazareth, and more!
Today, we at the Sabeel Ecumenical Theology Center in Jerusalem announce the First International Young Adult Gathering which will be held 17th - 25th June 2020. Cost is $1,100 USD.
Spend time with Palestinian communities. Fellowship with young adults from around the world. Take part in nonviolence initiatives. Learn how to KUMI.
In this time of great polarization, fundamentalism and grave injustice, we are seeing a generation of young people rise who are longing for theologies that liberate and bring hope to the oppressed, the marginalized, and the broken-hearted. Such theologies have developed among oppressed Christians worldwide, including among Palestinians. These theologies have inspired strength, hope, and a continual commitment to Jesus’ teachings of a just peace and nonviolent resistance to all forms of oppression.
Each month we hold a youth service with our neighbouring Coventry and Nuneaton and Sutton Park Circuits. This is led by young people and is for young people, although anyone is welcome, and is hosted by one of the churches in our three circuits.
This months service will be taking place on Sunday 21st June at Cambridge Road Methodist Church, 11.00am.
All are welcome to Church of the Ascension, for this Taize prayer event in the evening.
Address: Church of the Ascension, Pineapple Grove, Stirchley, B30 2TJ
Please click on flyer for further information.
The Manresa Link network exists to train, encourage and support those drawn to a ministry of prayer accompaniment rooted in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. This ministry is offered to people of all Christian denominations and none, through courses, retreats, quiet days and ongoing spiritual accompaniment.
This course runs for eight Saturday mornings from September 2020 until January 2021.
This trip is led by Rev. Naim Ateek- co-founder of Sabeel.
Fall Solidarity Visit: October 13th – October 21st 2020. Come and See – Go and Tell
Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center invites you to join us for 8 nights to experience the reality of life in today’s Holy Land:
Worship with Palestinian Christians
Meet and reflect with Palestinian Christians and Muslims as well as with Jewish Israelis and internationals who partner with Sabeel in non-violent resistance against the violation of international and humanitarian law
Experience the realities of the Palestinian community living under Israeli Occupation: the Wall, settlements, checkpoints, confiscated land and demolished homes, refugee camps, and environmental degradation
Act in solidarity with the Palestinian community.
Learn about the loss of civil and property rights of Arab Israeli citizens
NOTE: the program will begin on the morning of October 13th. (Check-in time at the hotel will be 2:00 p.m. on the October 12th- check out will be 1:00 p.m. on the October 21st) We advise arriving some time in advance, to get acclimated before the program begins.