Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Tin roofs and concrete floors

In the rapidly growing Christadelphian community in Mozambique most churches have grass roofs, mud floors and side-trenches to catch rain.
But first-hand witnesses testify it doesn’t resist the Mozambique rainstorms well at all.

Around 50 churches need either a tin roof, and/or a concrete floor and/or tables and chairs.  If you, or your congregation, would like to sponsor one of these village churches, please let John Pople know and he will assign you to a particular village group.

Donations can be sent to WCF at PO Box 88, Deland, IL 61839 or made online at  Please earmark your donation “FB Mozambique appeal.” WCF will act as a conduit for finances and are working in cooperation with CBM UK (Bro Trevor Radbourne)
in this project.  For more information on the Christadelphian community in Mozambique, see or