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3 Walks Through the Lincolnshire Wolds

Can you imagine what it would be like to have to walk for days in just your shoes? Louth Churches for Refugees invite you to experience what it might be like to be a refugee and walk a long distance – but we want you to be properly prepared with walking boots, backpack, water and…

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Care Packs To Syria

LCFR team with some of the 41 Care Packs donated by the people of Louth ready to be transported to Jacob’s Well in Beverley for shipment to Syria.

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Lent Aid Care Pack collection

A total of 41 banana boxes were filled with essential items for Pregnant women or new Mums, Babies, Vulnerable families or Women who have escaped ISIS as part of the Lent Aid Care Pack collection. Louth Churches for Refugees working with the support of Churches together in Louth and District organised the collection on behalf…

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Another Milestone Reached

ANOTHER  MILESTONE  REACHED  BY LOUTH  CHURCHES  FOR  REFUGEES   Download LCFR OCT 2017 Newsletter here   Louth Churches For Refugees (LCFR), the organisation set up to provide a local response to the plight of displaced victims of conflict in Syria and Iraq, is now awaiting confirmation of its status as a recognised charity following registration…

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Smiley Bag Appeal

With Christmas approaching, our thoughts turn to IRAQ and SYRIA where more than 23.5 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance. Make a Smiley Bag for a child refugee in Syria/Iraq. The Smiley Bags can be dropped off at the Methodist Church on Nichol Hill on Saturday 11th November between 2-4pm. Click here to…

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Finale to the Stations

Monday evening’s celebration: a great climax to the #Stations exhibition programme! Inspiring worship, a challenge from Stuart Kier Chair of the Church Response For Refugees Steering Group then finishing with food and developing friendships.

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Stations – update 2

LCFR Stations update #2 – Monday 6th to Thursday 9th March FREE ENTRY AND REFRESHMENTS FOR ALL! What is it? The Stations Photographic exhibition at Louth Methodist Church is an artistic photographic study by creative director Marksteen Adamson, reflecting on the Stations of the Cross and the suffering of Jesus through images and stories of…

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Stations Exhibition Launch

The Stations exhibition was launched at Louth Methodist Church on Tuesday evening, with the Bishop of Lincoln highlighting the need to understand and respond to the situation which those displaced by war and conflict find themselves in.  The exhibition will be open daily until Monday 13th March.  In his opening remarks the Bishop drew people’s…

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