Malawi birmingham PARTNERSHIP – 50th Anniversary Appeal

Malawi Birmingham 50th Anniv AppealSupporting education across Malawi – Celebrating 50 years 1966-2016 between Church of England Birmingham and Malawi.

Make 2016 a year to remember…

In 2016 we celebrate 50 years of partnership between the Anglican Church in Malawi and in Birmingham. Over the last half a century we have sought to support one another in the work of God in our own contexts, celebrating faith together and showing mutual support in the face of our varying challenges.

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Partnership we want to make a contribution to education in Malawi by funding a girls’ hostel and classroom blocks in the four areas across the country. We are aiming to raise £40,000 towards four vital projects.  Continue reading

  • Four Vital Projects
  • Supporting the Appeal

Bishop David and childrenBishop David’s message about the 50th Anniversary Appeal
“We have a wonderful opportunity, in this special anniversary year, to make a tangible and long-lasting difference in the lives of our partners in Malawi.

“Please join us in ensuring that many more girls and boys have access to good facilities and an education that gives them a hope for the future.”
Download the leaflet or pick up a leaflet at church.

50th Anniversary news:

To mark the 50th anniversary Birmingham Diocese has invited the four Malawian bishops: Alinafe, Brighton, Fanuel and Francis to the UK. They will be in Birmingham from 7th-15th May staying as guests of parishes across the diocese and participating in specail events.

At the end of the visit there will be service in the Cathedral on Sunday 15th May at 3.30pm to which there is a general invitation. Please consider attending this service.

Sunday 15th May: Celebration ‘Shorter Evensong’ in Cathedral at 3.30pm
with Bishop David speaking and a Q & A session with the four bishops.
Followed by refreshments.

Also made to mark the 50th anniversary, a 25-minute DVD Matilda’s Malawi has been produced.  This is based on a day in the life of a 15-year-old schoolgirl. This can be viewed here

Every parish and every church school has had a copy and supporting materials are on the diocesan website; and every parish is encouraged to arrange a showing.





29th Mar 2016 Posted in: News by Stella Jennings 0

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