An Evening With CMS Ireland, including Annual Project 2011 Launch - Enniskillen, **DATE CHANGE** St Macartins Halls, Enniskillen at 8pm

Tuesday, 01 Mar

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CMS Ireland is delighted to announce a special event at St Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen (Hilliard Room) at 8pm on Tuesday 1st March 2011 with new Mission Director Ronnie Briggs.

As he settles into his new role, Ronnie is keen to meet with friends and supporters across Ireland to share his vision for the future of the Society. We invite all those interested in the work of CMS Ireland to come along. Clogher Diocese has offered valuable support and encouragement to CMS Ireland over many years and Ronnie is delighted to have this opportunity to meet with parishioners from the Diocese.

The evening will also feature the launch of CMS Ireland’s Annual Project for 2011: Living Stones – Building Church in Burundi. CMS Ireland’s Annual Project gives children and young people the opportunity to engage with what God is doing in another part of the world.

It is often said that “The Church is made up of people, not bricks and mortar”. Of course, God’s Church is made up of living stones, ordinary people who come in different shapes and sizes. But physical buildings are important – both for practical reasons and as symbols of God’s love and hope in communities.

Living Stones focuses on two sorts of ‘Church Building’: the investment in leaders to help the Church grow as well as the construction of physical centres of worship.

With DVD material, lesson plans and activities, the project pack provides a wide range of resources for Sunday Schools who want to play their part in God’s global story.

We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 1st March 2011 at 8pm in St Macartin’s Cathedral Halls, Enniskillen.

For further information about Living Stones, contact our offices.

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