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
The new CAFOD group at St Aidan’s met on the 17 November for the first time.
CAFOD group – St Aidan Little Chalfont
Parish priest Fr Ken Payne had asked for volunteers before Harvest Fast day 2016 and Brian very kindly agreed to take on the role and started looking out for more people to join him. At Harvest Fast Day weekend, Deacon John gave the Fast Day talk and appealed for volunteers. So it was such a delight to see five people (one person couldn’t make it but is keen to be part of the group) at the initial meeting together with Fr Ken. Ged Nolan (coordinator for the SE Bucks pastoral area) was also present together with Debbie Purfield (CAFOD coordinator – Northampton).
Brian drew up an agenda and we discussed how to promote CAFOD in the parish not only through fundraising but though Campaigning and Prayer.
Debbie said, “It was wonderful to have met the new group. I am always so inspired by how generous people are with their skills and time. Volunteering is a faith journey and I am honoured to be able to travel with them in this.”
Visit our website to find out how you can volunteer for CAFOD . We have roles which can suite a variety of lifestyles.