Events from February 2011

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Zambia Focus Afternoon with Bishop Albert Chama, 12.30pm to 2.00pm CMS Ireland's Belfast Office, Dargan Road.

Thursday, 03 February 2011

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CMS Ireland is delighted to present a special Zambia Focus Afternoon with Bishop Albert Chama of the Diocese of Northern Zambia. Please join us to hear the Bishop share his thoughts on the Church in Zambia and give an update on the work of the Diocese.

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Annual Project 2011 Launch - Dublin, CMS Ireland Offices, Dublin at 8.30pm

Tuesday, 08 February 2011

Stones

It is often said that “The Church is made up of people, not bricks and mortar”. This year’s Annual Project, Living stones, focuses on two sorts of ‘Church Building’ in Burundi…Why not come and hear about how your church and children can get involved in this exciting project…

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Annual Project 2011 Launch - Ballymena, St Patrick's Parish, Ballymena at 3pm

Sunday, 13 February 2011

Stones

It is often said that “The Church is made up of people, not bricks and mortar”. This year’s Annual Project, Living stones, focuses on two sorts of ‘Church Building’ in Burundi…Why not come and hear about how your church and children can get involved in this exciting project…

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Annual Project 2011 Launch - Bangor, Bangor Primacy Parish at 8pm

Monday, 14 February 2011

Stones

It is often said that “The Church is made up of people, not bricks and mortar”. This year’s Annual Project, Living stones, focuses on two sorts of ‘Church Building’ in Burundi…Why not come and hear about how your church and children can get involved in this exciting project…

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Annual Project 2011 Launch - Londonderry, Glendermott Parish (Moore Hall) at 8pm

Monday, 14 February 2011

Stones

It is often said that “The Church is made up of people, not bricks and mortar”. This year’s Annual Project, Living stones, focuses on two sorts of ‘Church Building’ in Burundi…Why not come and hear about how your church and children can get involved in this exciting project…

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Annual Project 2011 Launch - Belfast, CMS Ireland Offices, Belfast at 8.30pm

Monday, 14 February 2011

Stones

It is often said that “The Church is made up of people, not bricks and mortar”. This year’s Annual Project, Living stones, focuses on two sorts of ‘Church Building’ in Burundi…Why not come and hear about how your church and children can get involved in this exciting project…

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Annual Project 2011 Launch - Castlederg, Castlederg Parish at 8pm

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Stones

It is often said that “The Church is made up of people, not bricks and mortar”. This year’s Annual Project, Living Stones, focuses on two sorts of ‘Church Building’ in Burundi…Why not come and hear about how your church and children can get involved in this exciting project…

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Annual Project 2011 Launch - Banbridge, Seapatrick Parish, Banbridge at 8pm

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Stones

It is often said that “The Church is made up of people, not bricks and mortar”. This year’s Annual Project, Living stones, focuses on two sorts of ‘Church Building’ in Burundi…Why not come and hear about how your church and children can get involved in this exciting project…

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Annual Project 2011 Launch - Inch Parish, Inch Parish, 8pm

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Stones

It is often said that “The Church is made up of people, not bricks and mortar”. This year’s Annual Project, Living Stones, focuses on two sorts of ‘Church Building’ in Burundi…Why not come and hear about how your church and children can get involved in this exciting project…

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Annual Project 2011 Launch - Coleraine, Killowen Parish, Coleraine at 8pm

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Stones

It is often said that “The Church is made up of people, not bricks and mortar”. This year’s Annual Project, Living stones, focuses on two sorts of ‘Church Building’ in Burundi…Why not come and hear about how your church and children can get involved in this exciting project…

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