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Anna Laycock
 Open Doors - Serving Persecuted Christians

Open Doors supports persecuted Christians with Bibles, Christian materials, training, livelihood skills, advocacy - and in a whole host of other ways - so that they know they are not forgotten and can stand strong to serve their communities.

More than 200 million believers in the 50 countries where it is most difficult to be a Christian experience high levels of persecution because of their faith. Over 3,000 Christians have been killed for their faith in the 2018 reporting period - more than twice as many as in the previous reporting period.

To find out more about how you can help persecuted Christians see the link below.

  Website:  www.opendoorsuk.org/

Ryan Finnegan
 No Name in the Street by Edward Murch

St Mary Magdalene's, Lillington, is considering staging the above play next Holy Week and would like to hear from anyone who has a set of the scripts that they can borrow.

If you can help, please email the church using the link below.

  Email:      office@lillingtonparishchurch.org

Ryan Finnegan
 Kaduna Water Wells

Three wells have been dug and commissioned sponsored jointly by Oxhill, Kineton; Arly; Chilvers Cotton and Wedall Trust. However, severe problems with kidnapping and armed robbery at some of the villages has occurred which has resulted in many deaths and a large number of injuries.

Your prayers would be appreciated at this time.

Anna Laycock
 Christian Aid's 2018 Harvest Appeal

This Harvest, Christian Aid stands with women like Aster in Ethiopia, to rejoice and call for gender justice.

Aster's life was a constant struggle because she is a woman. No matter how hard she worked she was unable to save enough money to support her family.

Aster came together with women in her village to set up their own shop, powered by the sun. With training from Christian Aid partners, Aster and her sisters turned the shop into a thriving business.

With your support, Christian Aid can expand their solar energy initiatives across Ethiopia, Malawi, Burkina Faso and Honduras. For every £1 given, the EU will give £5.

  Website:  www.christianaid.org.uk/harvest-appeal