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by Michael Ford last modified 17 Jul, 2017 05:29 PM

The e-Bulletin is a weekly update from around the Diocese on Tuesdays. The items below are from its 'Announcements' section.

Volunteer Teacher - Christian Aid
The CofE Education Office and Christian Aid are working together to launch a schools accreditation scheme, designed to helped primary school children become empowered and informed agents of change. Sounds good? Click here

The College of St Barnabas, Lingfield, seeks new Warden. Details here

The Parish Giving Scheme
Twenty-three parishes have now signed up, allowing people to donate by Direct Debit for the first time and parishes to claim Gift Aid automatically. Find out more about how to join them here.

Sainsbury’s Under Pressure 
...after deciding to drop the Fairtrade Mark from its own-brand tea and replace it with its own ‘Fairly Traded’ label. This raises serious concerns. Over 93,000 have signed - can we make it to 150,000? If you haven't already, please consider signing the petition!

Seeking a Keen Organist
St Nicholas Church, Silton, seeks a keen organist to cover weekly Sunday services during the next three months whilst one of our regular organists recovers from medical treatment. Pay is £20 per service; there are four services per month. If you can help, please contact Mrs S A Williams, Secretary to the PCC, via email or 01747 840220.

GOSPEL STREET is a powerful mix of theatre, music, comedy and spoken word: a collaboration between award-winning writers, including hip-hop artist Testament. Riding Lights doing what it does best: Good News with wisdom, laughter, energy and insight. Touring October-December: book them for your venue here!

 


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Harvest appeals: 

Life Giving Bottles: the Water Aid Harvest Appeal 2017
Climate change is devastating some of the world’s poorest communities. In 2016, the worst drought in 35 years struck southern Africa and around half a million people were left malnourished and hungry. WaterAid has over 35 years’ experience of providing long term sustainable access to water. Please help if you can. Resources and info here.

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