Welcome to Issue 7 of the One Mission One Vision Newsletter.
In this issue you will find articles regarding Black History Month, the NPV Football Development Initiative in Wolverhampton, further information from Operation Christmas Child,
information on men’s health month and updates from the Creative Arts team, the Leadership Training Centre, Cross Cultural Ministries, the Chaplaincy team and the Women’s Discipleship Ministry.
You will all have seen that we are now due to enter a second lockdown period from Thursday 5th November 2020. This will bring more challenges for some but I have every faith that we will continue to support each other at this time. Page 12 shows the government guidelines for this new period of lockdown.
We continue to pray for the safety and well-being of our pastors, families, congregations and communities.
I am confident that God is going to see us through this pandemic, in the meantime we must do our part by following the Government guidelines.
“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand” Isaiah 41:10
Bishop Dr. Donald Bolt
Re Page 9: Samaritan’s Purse – the Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Appeal.
Unfortunately due to the English lockdown – we have had to move our collection/drop off week (that was meant to be 9-16th November) in England. England has new dates for their National Collection Week from December 5th to 14th. It is essential that our shoebox supporters use the Drop Off Locations finder close to their planned drop off day as locations are changing and being added to over the lockdown period as and when we confirm the change of date with them.
Please note: Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland will keep the original National Collection Week dates this week (November 9th to 16th).
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