Faith in South Sudan, Grosvenor Hall, Belfast

Friday, 19 May

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Amidst a worsening crisis, the Church in South Sudan continues to offer help, hope and healing to those affected by political upheaval, war and famine.

What about us? In addition to supporting emergency appeals, how best can we respond? How can churches in Ireland stand with our brothers and sisters in South Sudan and support them at this time?

CMSI warmly invites you to this special event, which seeks to provide:
✦ An overview of the wider context of the crisis
✦ Insights into how the Church in South Sudan is responding
✦ A chance for individuals and churches in Ireland to consider their response
✦ An opportunity to pray for South Sudan and for the Church there

Our guest speaker will be Bishop Anthony Poggo, who is the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Adviser on Anglican Communion Affairs and was formerly Bishop of Kajo-keji Diocese in South Sudan.

The event, which starts at 7:30pm, will also include a Q&A panel and will conclude with refreshments.

Grosvenor Hall is located at 5 Glengall Street in Belfast city centre – right beside Great Victoria train station and Europa Bus Station, as well as numerous car parks.

For catering purposes, we’d be grateful if you could let us know whether you hope to attend. Please contact our Belfast office (details below) or add a comment below.

Comments

Geoff Wilson said Thu, 04 May 2017 08:20AM
My wife and I hope to attend this event. Geoff
Roy Taylor said Sat, 06 May 2017 07:04AM
Hope to be there!
Joe Campbell said Mon, 15 May 2017 04:00PM
Janet and I hope to be there. Thanks
Jane Corbett said Thu, 18 May 2017 02:14PM
Rory and i plan on being there.

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