Announcements

20
Jul

meet the brains behind the fairs

meet the brains behind the fairs Thiago Nasser (on the left) is popping by this Sunday to meet us and explain the vision behind Junta Local + Chega Junto, our partners […]

20
Jul

getting things together

getting things together Dear friends, Friendships make life so much more enjoyable, much richer, much more fun! Mark and Alex are back together, after a great holiday had by the […]

14
Jul

calling all international donors!

calling all international donors! These are exciting times for all you cash-free, silver-surfing, PayPal / MasterCard / Visa-wielding, open-hearted disciples. Church Mission Society, with whom we have a long partnership at […]

14
Jul

Going downtown

Going downtown Our new children’s intern, Michele Amorim took a trip downtown yesterday to meet our Project Partner, Word Made Flesh, working with vulnerable women. How did she get on? “There […]

13
Jul

creation care

creation care As a Church, we’re signed up to the Anglican Church’s Five Marks of Mission. 5. To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life […]

13
Jul

how are you set?

how are you set? Dear friends, The WDA Bazar was abuzz yesterday – local residents, School employees and a few of you, beloved subscribers. Well done to the ladies who […]

08
Jul

looking fresh in red, white and blue

looking fresh in red, white and blue Our friends and sort-of-landlords the British and Commonwealth Society of Rio de Janeiro have a new website! We doff our caps to them. It’s a […]

08
Jul

bazar on Wednesday

bazar on Wednesday The WDA have been working hard, with lots of love and not a little laughter to prepare for next Wednesday’s Bazar de Pechincha. Come and see how […]

07
Jul

gather

gather While our other gatherings take a rest and Little Stars shine in other skies during July, we’re opening up a series of four studies. Satisfaction continues, alternate Wednesdays at noon in […]

07
Jul

winter winds

winter winds Dear friends, Winter has come to Rio, things slow down a bit this month. I’ve learnt the word for scarf in Portuguese (cachecol), and have even seen folk […]

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