News from August 2017

Crafts coming and going


At the upcoming IGNITE Conference, a new range of lovely crafts from the Urban Development Programme (UDP) of All Saints’ Cathedral Nairobi will be on display and for sale. Just as these crafts were being sent off to Ireland, we also received beautiful Irish crafts for our UDP members.

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Isabelle Posted by Isabelle Prondzynski on Fri, 01 Sep 2017 | 3 comments | Visit Isabelle Prondzynski's blog

How do you know when you're home?


A tale of two homes.

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Ronnie___maggie_3 Posted by Ronnie & Maggie Briggs on Tue, 29 Aug 2017 | 0 comments | Visit Ronnie and Maggie Briggs's blog

Refurbished Burundi school ready to go


Nyankanda School in Burundi needed major refurbishment and support to help it to re-open to 400 pupils in Gitega Diocese. This project has been funded by CMSI Link Parishes and Bishop’s Appeal and we are delighted to share the progress of the school.

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Posted by Rachel Brittain on Wed, 23 Aug 2017 | 0 comments

CMSI attends Bangor Worldwide


CMS Ireland took part in the opening night of Bangor Worldwide Missionary Convention in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast on Saturday night (19th August).

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Posted by Rachel Brittain on Tue, 22 Aug 2017 | 0 comments

Arrive Arrive-O


I have arrived safely in Uganda and am settling in to my new home and life at Kiwoko Hospital.

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Emma_lougheed Posted by Emma Lougheed on Wed, 16 Aug 2017 | 2 comments | Visit Emma Lougheed's blog

On keeping pigs


Sometimes students ask awkward questions which demand a difficult answer. In this blog Keith reflects on the story in Luke about the Geserene pigs. Why did those pigs have to die? It is, as they say on Facebook, ‘complicated.’

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Scotts_2016 Posted by Keith and Lyn Scott on Mon, 14 Aug 2017 | 2 comments | Visit Keith and Lyn Scott's blog

Final Greetings from Zambia


Church of Ireland Ordinand, William Jeffrey has completed his visit to CMSI’s partners in Zambia. In his final blog, he shares what special things he will always remember about his time in Zambia.

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Posted by Rachel Brittain on Mon, 07 Aug 2017 | 0 comments