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Reading the Bible Missionally – Sermon Outline & Powerpoint

Who is my Neighbour? Reading the Bible “missionally” in light of the Global Refugee Crisis By Charlotte Olhausen – “30 Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ 31 The second is this: ‘Love your neighbour as yourself.’ There […]

Rev William Steacy Addresses Meath & Kildare Diocesan Synod

Report to Diocesan Synod 7th October 2017 (Rev William Steacy, Bishops Appeal Representative, Meath & Kildare Diocese) Bishop Pat, and members of Synod, I want to speak to you briefly about Bishop’s Appeal. Bishops’ Appeal was originally set up to contribute to the relief of suffering and poverty overseas. It is like an intermediary; it […]

All Age Sermon Outline: Harvest

Sheep versus Goats? Explore the parable of the sheep and the goats by talking about their differences and how we can be more like sheep when listening to God and responding to others in need. All Age Harvest Sermon Bishops Appeal

All Age Sermon Outline: Back to School Time

The Extraordinary Life of a Pencil: Exploring our interconnected world, our potential in the hands of God and literacy projects supported through Bishops Appeal, this sermon outline has a lot to offer! Originally for use in conjunction with the Cashel, Ferns and Ossory Diocesan Link Projects which focus on literacy in Democratic Republic of Congo […]

Welcoming the Stranger: World Refugee Week, Day 5

Focus on Cyprus This week, during World Refugee Week, the Anglican Alliance is showcasing examples where Anglican and Episcopal churches around the world are responding to refugees with practical assistance, welcoming refugees in to their communities and discovering mutual enrichment through this engagement. Food: The International Language Last month in Cyprus a new initiative began […]

Welcoming the Stranger: World Refugee Week, Day 4

Focus on Canterbury This week, during World Refugee Week, the Anglican Alliance is showcasing examples where Anglican and Episcopal churches around the world are responding to refugees with practical assistance, welcoming refugees in to their communities and discovering mutual enrichment through this engagement. In the Diocese of Canterbury in the UK, the church has looked […]

Welcoming the Stranger: World Refugee Week, Day 3

Focus on Jordan   In Jordan the local church is working to respond to the practical needs of refugees with disabilities living in the refugee camps.   The Holy Land Institute for Deaf and Deaf-blind Children has been working with children with disabilities in Jordan for over 50 years after its foundation by the Episcopal […]

General Synod Mission Breakfast Talk 2016

I’m going to ask you a question and I want you to allow your mind to bring forth as many answers large and small to that question. Are you ready?  What do you value? Where your treasure is, there your heart is also. What you value, is an integral part of what you build your […]

Malawi Monitoring & Evaluation Visit Part 1

The Bishops’ Appeal Advisory Committee has supported the Tearfund IMPACT project on several occasions through multiple donations that have reached €20,000.  The Committee was encouraged by reports of the success of the programme regarding the decrease to the point of eradication of Parent to Child HIV transmission.  The committee was also interested in Tearfund’s approach, which […]