Do you know what CAFOD is really about? Have you given money to CAFOD and wonder where it ended up?
If so, why not join us on Tuesday 27 June to gain a better understanding of CAFOD’s history, values and work including how your donations transition from the collection box to the communities we serve
Florence from Zambia turns little fish into a thriving business.
Nan & Maura do a fantastic job with refreshments!
Gwen with mum
When? Tuesday 27 June, 7:15pm for 7:30pm prompt start till 9:30 pm
Where? St Aidan’s Hall, Finch Lane, Little Chalfont, HP7 9NE
Parishes in Bedford will be uniting to prayer for refugees . Using the Lampedusa Cross and pilgrimage for the year of Mercy. The idea of pilgrimage is especially powerful in the light of the current migration crisis. More people than ever before in human history are now on forced journeys far from home.
This pilgrimage is a way for us to show solidarity with all those fleeing war, poverty and persecution in our world. Along the way, we reflect, “Who is my neighbour?”.
There will be opportunity of people to write messages of hope which will be given to refugees later in the year.
Date : 8 October 2016
Venue : Christ the King Church, Harrowden Road, Bedford, MK42 0SP
Time : starts at 10 am. Pilgrimage in the Parish Hall, with refreshment break during meet. Noon Benediction is in Church, to end.
All Welcome !