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 http://wcfoundation.org/contribute.htm.  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 http://www.unhcr.org/407fc9fc4.html or http://www.cbm.org.uk/mozamb.htm