The Congo - a story of hope

On Fridays before Easter, local Christian Aid supporters are holding a series of coffee mornings in the United Reformed Church Hall, in Cross Street, Seaton, from 10am to 11.30am. There will be a special event on Friday, March 20.

On Fridays before Easter, local Christian Aid supporters are holding a series of coffee mornings in the United Reformed Church Hall, in Cross Street, Seaton, from 10am to 11.30am.There will be a special event on Friday, March 20. Stephanie Hubbard, who has been studying film for her degree, is a gap-year volunteer with Christian Aid. She has just returned from the Democratic Republic of Congo with film and stories to share with us.A few weeks ago, eastern Congo was the latest disaster zone, but there is an underlying story of hope, which now looks to be back on track.Do join us on March 20. Come and get your coffee early and stay to hear Stephanie and speak with her afterwards.ARTHUR WRIGHT(For Seaton Christian Aid Group)Townsend Avenue Seaton


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