Annual Project 2012 Announced!

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Beautiful Gate: CMS Ireland Annual Project 2012

Acts 3 tells the story of Peter and John, who were going to to the temple to pray. At the temple gate, the one called The Beautiful Gate, we read that they met a lame man who was begging. Peter and John did not have money, but they gave the man something even more valuable. They healed him in the name of Jesus.

On that day at the Beautiful Gate, the temple was a place where Jesus’ disciples went to worship, but also saw an opportunity to offer healing and transformation. Their love of God and their love of someone in need came together.

SD Church, one of CMS Ireland’s Global Partners in Nepal, is a place of worship and transformation. The 2012 Annual Project will share something of the ministry of the church as it reaches out in love.

At the Beautiful Gate, worship and mission come together.

For more information about our Sunday School Resource, the Annual Project, please click here.

_Why come along to an Annual Project Presentation?_

Presentations will be taking place across Ireland from the end of January 2012. Please visit our calendar for full details.

29.01.2012 St Patrick’s Parish, Ballymena
30.01.2012 Glendermott Parish, Londonderry
30.01.2012 Bangor Primacy Parish, Bangor
31.01.2012 Seapatrick Parish, Banbridge
31.01.2012 Castlederg Parish, Castlederg
31.01.2012 St Brigid’s Parish, Glengormley
01.02.2012 Killowen Parish, Coleraine
02.02.2012 Holy Trinity, Rathmines
02.02.2012 St. Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen
02.02.2012 Drumglass (St. Anne’s) Parish, Dungannon
04.02.2012 Douglas Parish Halls, Cork

The Annual Project Presentations give you an in-depth look into this year’s resource pack and offers hints and tips on how best to use the project in your Sunday School.

Come along to your nearest presentation and learn more about the pack and meet other participating parishes to share your experiences!

More Information

For more information, please contact us or visit our Annual Project webpage by clicking here.

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RICHARD PAULO JAMKULU said Mon, 16 Jan 2012 10:28AM
I greet in the name of Jesus Christ

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