Chinnor Community Church, High Street, Chinnor, OX39 4DH

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04
Jun

Tear fund May Update

TOGETHER WE CAN STOP TRAFFICKING Trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world. It shatters the lives of 1.2 million children every year, along with their families. But there […]

04
Jun

Samaritans Purse May

Soaps, flannels, toothbrushes and toothpaste may not be “top of the wish list” for our children when it comes to thinking about presents, but to millions of children around the […]

08
Apr

Tear fund March Update

HOPE AMID HUNGER East Africa is in crisis with 16 million people facing desperate food shortages. As is so often the case, it is women and children who suffer the […]

01
Mar

Tear fund February Update

CLOTHED IN DIGNITY For Malid*, a farmer from a village in Northern Iraq, life before the war is little more than a distant memory. ‘I enjoyed life in my village,’ […]

29
Jan

Tear fund January Update

Surviving the Storm It took years for Anel* and wife Islande to build up their subsistence farm in St Jean du Sud, Haiti; and one night for it all to […]

29
Jan

Samaritans Purse January

Endenette clearly explained the gospel to the 60 children gathered in the local Church in Havana – a place where many are unemployed, and all are living in makeshift corrugated […]

03
Dec

Tearfund December Update

Turning Dreams into Reality If you’ve ever needed proof that dreams can come true, you need look no further than the Messak sisters: Nesreen, Mariam and Nermen from Sohag, Egypt. […]

05
Nov

Tearfund November Update

NIGERIA Warning: contains descriptions of murder and violence. Two years ago, Annah saw three of her children killed by Boko Haram insurgents in their village in North East Nigeria. Today, […]

05
Nov

Samaritans Purse November

Over the last 10 months I’ve been asking you to donate all sorts of things for our shoeboxes, and as usual you’ve been amazingly generous. Thank you yet again. We’ve […]

02
Oct

Tearfund October Update

Back to School in Uganda At this time many of us have been busy getting the children, or ourselves, back into a new term and a new year – perhaps […]

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