News from June 2017

Expectations and being Embraced.

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Returning from living in the Kiwoko community in Uganda, Denise is pleasantly surprised to find community alive and well in Bangor, Co. Down.

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Wilsons_2013 Posted by Rory Wilson on Wed, 28 Jun 2017 | 2 comments | Visit Rory, Denise & Gideon Wilson's blog

Safe Arrival and Getting Started

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Having arrived safely in Kathmandu at the start of June, Ian shares about his first couple of weeks in Nepal as part of his STEP (Short-Term Experience Placement) with SD Church.

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Mountains_3 Posted by Ian Jackson on Mon, 19 Jun 2017 | 2 comments | Visit Ian Jackson's blog

Fantastic Airtastic

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Sunday school children from St Mary’s Parish Church in Comber have taken part in the 2017 Children’s Resource Growing in God, they have helped raise funds in a very creative way for this year’s project focusing on Tujisaide school in Kenya.

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Posted by Rachel Brittain on Wed, 14 Jun 2017 | 0 comments

"Let your light shine" in Albany, USA

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CMSI’s Personnel Coordinator, Gillian Maganda, is currently visiting partners in Albany Diocese, USA and taking part in their Annual Convention.

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Posted by Rachel Brittain on Mon, 12 Jun 2017 | 1 comments

Current Opportunities in Kiwoko Hospital, Uganda

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CMSI is looking for a Finance and Administration Director to work at Kiwoko Hospital, Uganda.

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Posted by Rachel Brittain on Wed, 07 Jun 2017 | 0 comments

Colourful competition helps young people Grow in God

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The CMSI 2017 Children’s Resource Growing in God has been used by 70 parishes across Ireland. Many of their Sunday schools have entered the colouring competition and the winners have been chosen!

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Posted by Rachel Brittain on Thu, 01 Jun 2017

Call to Prayer

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With terrorist attacks making headlines across the world over the last week, Church Leaders call for prayer to support our brothers and sisters facing these attacks.

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Posted by Rachel Brittain on Thu, 01 Jun 2017