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All Nations Ministries (Oct - Nov 2011)


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Events and projects at All Nations Ministries in October - November, 2011. The link to this pdf is displayed in the DCRS Newsletter for October - November, 2011.
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All Nations Ministries (Oct - Nov 2011)

  1. 1. If the answer to any of these questions if Yes, then we may have the answer for you.All Nations Ministries a registered charity operating in Plymouth is beginning a newproject called “Connecting Communities” at Catherine Street Baptist Church Hall,Catherine Street, Plymouth PL1 2AD. • thOn the 4 Friday evening of every month starting from 25 OCTOBER,we are providing a free buffet style meal and live entertainment.Everybody is welcome to come along and join us from 6.30pm onwards.All activities, including use of table tennis, Playstation, Wii games, table football andrefreshments are completely free of charge and children are welcome whenAccompanied by a parent.From 1 November, every Tuesday lunchtime we will be offering a weekly“drop in” from 12:00pm to 2:00pmand will offer food and a hot or cold drink with a Chance to meet others and makenew friends. A clothing store and toiletries will be available for those on low incometogether with Help with Form filling, literacy and sign posting to other agenciesoffering support and Practical advice On a range of problems within the city. For more Information Contact: All Nations Ministries Office: Catherine Street Baptist Church Hall Catherine Street Plymouth PL1 2AD Tel:01752 651817
  2. 2. LEGACY OF HOPE PROJECT - RWANDA SUPPORTING LEGACY OF HOPE PROJECT - RWANDAAll Nations Ministries in association with Plymouth High School for Girls Presents A TASTE OF AFRICA evening celebrating Rwandese culture, cuisine and music. Exhibition of art and crafts. Friday 11November 2011 6:00pm-9:30pmAll Nations Ministries, a local charity based in Plymouth, is planning to extend its programme of social welfare andeducation to Rwanda. It has been 16 years since Rwanda was bathed in blood from history’s most effective killing spree. The brutalmurder of nearly 1 million people in 100 days by machetes and clubs was one of the most horrific and tragicepisodes in the 20th Century. Today, Rwanda is a country where 60 percent of the population lives below thepoverty line, life expectancy is 49 years, literacy is 70 percent, and 400,000 children (60 percent of those under20 years old) are orphans, often living on the streets or being cared for by extended families in deprivedconditions.Many women are living with the traumatic consequences of rape and violence and HIV/Aids infection which isoften passed to their children through breast milk.All Nations Ministries is appealing for doctors, nurses, midwives, physiotherapists, dentists, teachers and ITtechnicians to volunteer their skills to really make a difference! If you are interested in finding out moreinformation regarding the project, please contact Pastor Osee Ntavuka on 01752 651817 or or visit our website: