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We are putting on two events on Thursday 31st October for people in the community:

  • A Light Party 3.30-6.00pm for children aged up to Year 6 – games, snacks and a movie with popcorn – with a suggested donation of £2.00 per ticket;
  • Our traditional Spud Party, 6.00-9.00pm for people in the community who find “trick or treat” a threatening experience and do not like being in their own homes when it is taking place or just want a great evening out.  The “Spud Party” is being run by Uncover, the St. Andrew’s youth group and you’ll get plent of food – jacket potato and fillings, desserts, and a great quiz.  Tickets are a suggested donation of £5 per ticket or £15 for a family ticket.

Feel free to advertise or let friends and family know.  To book a space on either of the events please e-mail Chris (chris@dibdenchurches.org) or ring St Andrews (8084 3204) so they have an idea of numbers.

Chris
cskidd1983@gmail.com
Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

0 thoughts on “As an atheist, I truly believe Africa needs God”

  1. There is some news to rejoice over.

    ”Christian missions started in 1900. By 1920 the Roman Catholics already had five indigenous priests, and by 1952 there were 100 priests and the first Rwandan bishop. During the 1930s more than 1 000 people were being baptised each week (Barrett 1992). By the 1940s 90% of the headmen were Catholics, so that the king officially declared Rwanda a Christian kingdom in 1946′

    Rwanda was officially declared a Christian kingdom, and since then has set the lead for the rest of Africa in showing just what Christianity can bring to a troubled continent.

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