NEWSLETTER ITEMS FROM THE JUSTICE & PEACE GROUP WEEK COMMENCING 30-1 22

LIVE SIMPLY Tip of the Week. Don’t bin or recycle glass jars. Soak them to remove the labels and then fill them with loose ingredients like coffee, tea, pasta or porridge oats.  From Greenpeace

Invitation to CAFOD’s 60th Anniversary Celebration Saturday 5 February 10am – 11:30am  Our online celebration will connect volunteers from all over the country and help us prepare together for Lent. Plus Kayode, our Country Manager in Sierra Leone will be joining us to tell us more about the incredible projects we have helped support, whilst also explaining more about the Walk against Hunger Campaign.  Please sign up for a morning of sharing stories and preparing ourselves for an inspiring Lent. cafod.org.uk/News/Events/Lent-gathering-volunteers

A&B Justice & Peace Assembly “To a Safer Shore” took place earlier in January with an excellent range of speakers about the plight of refuges.  Speakers included Cannon Rob Esdaille, Karen Goldsmith, Aiden Cantwell & John Paul De Quay  You can tune in to the full recording here  https://vimeo.com/666831099

Fr Silvester The large quantity of medical goods collected by the parish has now been delivered to London & will be shipped out in mid Feb, we’ll let you know when it arrives in Uganda.  Fr Silvester has been in touch to inform us that the Medical Centre has recently received an upgrade certificate from the Government in recognition for its services to the community

Columbans Schools Media Competition Anyone can make a difference open until 11th Feb https://columbans.co.uk/education/9146/competition-who-are-societys-changemakers/

1 thought on “NEWSLETTER ITEMS FROM THE JUSTICE & PEACE GROUP WEEK COMMENCING 30-1 22”

  1. Hi. You may have already notified in the newsletter that the Co-Op take soft plastics for recycling at their shops. But just in case you weren’t aware thought I’d pass it on!

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