Caribbean news. It felt like summer and the birds were chirping loudly in the grounds behind the Manor House Library. Such was the setting for the Guyana Mission Fundraising Tea Party on Saturday 8th March. There was food and drink along with an array of cakes for the entire family.
The event was held in aid of raising funds to provide, a new bus to transport children to school, vital financial support for Scholarships to attend Bible College and Family income to orphans for daily basic essentials such as food and clothing allowance in Guyana.
Yellow Fever & Malaria Missions Health check
If you have already booked your fare then congratulations, you are going on Missions. You will need to see your GP and tell them that you are visiting Guyana in South America for the correct immunization protection. While traveling is as safe as taking a basic holiday, it is a tropical climate and if you regularly take medication, be sure to consult with your GP for advice and additional supplies to take with you while on the trip.
Attendees were Dr Yana Johnson, David Prasad, Barbara Lindsay, The Watchman (Gospel artiste) and many more. The next activity on the Guyana Mission calendar is the formal book launch of Building Bridges on Saturday 22nd March at the New Life Assembly, Upland Road East Dulwich, SE22 0DA. For more details contact: The Prasads 45 Virginia Road Thornton Heath Croydon, Surrey CR7 8EN United Kingdom
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