Kings Langley A brighter outlook ....

Caring for Creation

  • 5 Sessions in Lent by York Courses on ZOOM
  • Monday Evenings at 7.30 starting 22 February Tuesday Afternoons at 2.30 starting 23 Februay
  • Topics include: The Environment, Global Warming, Climate Change, The Age of Humans, Coming out of Denial and Facing Crisis, Faith, Hope and Love.
  • Participants on course audio:
    Ruth Valerio – Global Advocacy & Influencing Director of Tearfund Dave Bookless – Director of Theology for A Rocha International Kuki Rokhum – Evangelical Fellowship of India Commission on Relief David Clough, Professor of Theology and Ethics.

Click here for Zoom details and here to download a PDF poster.

Christian Aid Prayers

Prayer request from John Mutua in Kenya

On Monday I joined a Christian Aid video conference, part of which involved a live interview with John Mutua, Head of Anglican Development Services in Kenya, and Christian Aid’s partner there. John is an inspiring Christian, whose faith and hope radiated across the miles! He talked about the work they were doing there with CA funding, including improving clean water supplies, enhancing the role of women, and supporting local communities affected by the Virus. At the end of the meeting he was asked what he would like people to pray for. He said they were very much affected by locusts at he moment, threatening crops and that those infected by the virus were stigmatised afterwards and Government health support was also withdrawn. He encouraged people to pray and believe for he said ‘Your work is not in vain, God is there’. Please pray for John and others involved in this important work.  

(See Paul's letter to our MP, Sir Mike Penning about the overseas aid cut)

Students at Kings Langley School sow seeds for an HIV project in Kenya