Annual Project Launches, 'Start Small, Grow Tall', Rwanda 2009

Sunday, 18 Jan - Tuesday, 03 Feb

Posted by Colin Corbridge on Tue, 18 Nov 2008 | digg this Post this to Post this to Facebook

Every year CMS Ireland’s Annual Project gives children and young people from Ireland the chance to find out a bit more about what God is doing through His church worldwide.

In recent years the project material has explored work with disabled communities in Nepal, the urban poor in Egypt and young people in rural Kenya.

In the past three years the Annual Project has also raised more than £100,000 (€120,000) to help local churches, in Africa and Asia, respond practically to the needs of their people.

CMS Ireland’s 2009 Annual Project, ‘Start Small, Grow Tall’, is based in Kibungo Diocese, Rwanda. Through a series of short DVD programmes, lesson plans, games and activities it helps young people in Ireland understand a little of what it means to live in this rural community.

And, as we look to support the work of the church in Kibungo, the material gives some ideas of how we can raise money to facilitate the provision of training, jobs and an income generating project – in the form of a maize growing co-operative.

Join us for a series of fantastic opportunities to find out more about the project and for exclusive hints and tips on how to use the material.

Dates Location Time
Sun 18th Bangor Abbey 3pm
Sun 18th Letterkenny Parish, Co Donegal 3pm
Mon 19th Dublin Office 8pm
Tues 20th St Mark’s Parish Hall, Dundela, Belfast 8pm
Wed 21st Ballyclare Parish Hall 8pm
Wed 21st St Anne’s Parish Hall, Dungannon 8pm
Thurs 22nd Ballymacash Parish Hall, Lisburn 8pm
Sun 25th St Patrick’s Parish Hall, Ballymena 3pm
Mon 26th Kilmore parish, Crossgar 8pm
Tues 27th Seapatrick Parish Hall, Banbridge 8pm
Wed 28th Tamlaghtfinlagan Parish Hall, Limavady 8pm
Thurs 29th Killowen Parish Hall, Coleraine 8pm
Thurs 29th Tobermore Parish Hall 8pm
Sun 1st Derg Parish Hall, Castlederg 3pm
Sun 1st St Macartin’s Cathedral Hall, Enniskillen 3pm
Mon 2nd Glendermott Parish Hall, Londonderry 8pm
Tues 3rd Comber Parish Hall, Comber 8pm