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Burma Group at London

March 1, 2012 all day
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"Inherit The Earth?" CA Annual Conference at Hayes Conference Centre

January 13, 2012 to January 15, 2012
Christians Aware is an international and ecumenical movement. Its main aim is to develop multi cultural understanding and friendship locally, nationally and internationally, in a spirit of sharing. Thus, new energy is generated for action towards human development and wholeness, through conferences, work-camps, international exchanges, books and other publications, including the magazine. There are no experts. We are continually reminded of the advice of Ronald Wynne who has worked for many…See More
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The Environment And Rural Issues at Bishop Woodford House

July 18, 2011 to July 24, 2011
Those Taking Part:Ebise Ashana works with the Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus for women’s development and rural issues in EthiopiaGideon Byamugisha is an African and world leader in the campaign against HIV/AIDSBarbara Clutton is a farmer who, seeing the need in rural areas, became ordained.Barbara Echlin is a Christian Ecology Link trustee and on the national committee.  She has been closely involved in the initiation of the ‘Operation Noah’ climate change campaign.Geoff Dodgson is a…See More
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Jain temple

Posted on June 5, 2011 at 11:30 0 Comments

We are in the middle of our summer visits course in Leicester. I had been before to most of the places we are visiting this year but there is always something new to learn and old and new friends to meet. On the course we have previously visited the Orthodox Synagogue in Highfields, Sri Sanatan Mandir in Belgrave and the Buddhist Amida Trust in Narborough.



Our latest visit was to the Jain Temple, built in the 1980s when sandstone was brought, already carved, from India. The…

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The Bridge

Posted on April 5, 2011 at 11:00 0 Comments

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"These memoirs of Barney Milligan are a pleasure to read. They speak of his pilgrimage through life seeking greater untiy, not only among Christians, but in Europe and Africa, and every place where people need to be together. Above all, it is a story of his friendships with the many interesting people who have enriched his life and he theirs. Reading it, I was reminded of Belloc 'There's nothing worth the wear of winning - but… Continue

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At 12:45 on June 21, 2011, Crystal Hall said…

Hi Daniel,

 

Good to have you here on CTConnect!  Let me know if you need anything.  Congrats on the new website, looks good.


Best,

 

Crystal

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Listening to the periphery at the heart of WestminsterThere was something intensely symbolic and powerful about yesterday’s launch of the Good Society Conversation by Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and Church Action on Poverty:  Eighty people packed into the Cardinal Hume Centre’s children’s centre, a stone’s throw from Westminster’s power places – Parliament, Whitehall, Abbey and Cathedral - yet somehow a million miles away from the formalities of what now passes for conventional…See More
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