Another South Sudan bishop visits Ireland

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Bishop Anthony Poggo from Kajo-Keji Diocese, South Sudan arrives for a brief visit on Thursday 7th March. Bishop Poggo is currently on sabbatical in England and joins us in Belfast for a few days.

Bishop Poggo will be preaching at Morning Prayer in St Mark’s Dundella, Belfast at 10.30am on Sunday 10th March. On Sunday evening he is also participating in an AFRICAN EVENING in Carryduff Parish at 7.30pm.

As well as having the opportunity to hear Bishop Poggo speak, the congregation will be treated to songs from an International Choir and will hear first hand from a number of CMS Ireland team members, who have visited South Sudan in the last few months.

You will all be made very welcome to either of the meetings above. Bishop Poggo is an engaging and inspiring speaker and I am confident those who come along will find these events informative, challenging and thoroughly rewarding.

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