A Great place to Preach
Hello, every Christadelphian, in Taipei Ecclesia,
our Brother Local John and Sister Nana will get marry on 10th October 2010 !
God bless them !!!!!!!
Population: 16 million. Language: Dutch. Main religions: Protestant, Roman Catholic, Muslim.
Link man John Morris
Correspondence team leader Handled by members of the Dutch ecclesias.
CBM activities The Hague ecclesia was founded in 1957 and Amersfoort in 1972. There is a wide range of Dutch literature and a Bible exhibition. Preaching is through a magazine, midweek meetings and seminars in various towns, and a web site with online magazine. An annual Day of Meeting is held for interested friends.
Ecclesias The Hague, Amersfoort/Ede. A small group meets at Rolde (near Assen). There are 32 members in total.
The most northerly of the Baltic states, Estonia gained independence from the Soviet union in 1991. The economy is undergoing a profound transformation with a rapidly-growing private sector and increased foreign trade with the West. Estonia joined the EU in May 2004.
Population: 1.3 million. Language: Estonian. Main religion: Protestant (Lutheran).
Link man Malcolm Smith
CBM activities Regular visits take place throughout the year with a programme of Study days, Bible classes and home visits in three main centres. There is a small ecclesia at Tallinn, and 4 sisters in the Tartu area, where travelling and health problems make meeting together difficult. A brother from Valga meets us in Tartu when his health permits.
Web site www.sinupiibel.com
Since the dissolution of the Soviet union in 1991, Hungary has been making the transition to a free-market economy. Hungary joined the EU in May 2004.
Population: 10 million. Language: Hungarian. Main religion: Roman Catholic, Protestant Calvinist.
Link man Michael Owen
CBM activities Regular preaching and pastoral visits. Exploring the Bible, the 18-lesson correspondence course, leaflets and books are available in Hungarian.
Web site www.cbmhu.org
Christadelphians meet in Bloemfontein, Candu (Transkei), Cape Mountain View, Cape Town, Durban, East London, Hillcrest, Johannesburg, Kempton Park, Margate, Mfuleni, Pietermaritzburg, Pinetown, Port Elizabeth, Somerset West, Westville and Wodehouse
Sunday School 10am
Breaking of Bread 10:30am
The lagoons and sandbars of the coast rise gently into a deep band of tropical rainforest; the northern plateau is covered in savanna grassland. The people are mainly employed in agriculture, producing coffee, cocoa, bananas and palm oil. Formerly a French colony, it became independent in 1960.
Population: 18 million.
Main religions: traditional, Muslim, Christian.
Link man Les Shears
Kenya stretches between the Indian Ocean and Lake Victoria. Employment is in tourism, coffee and tea. A former British colony, it gained its independence in 1963.
Population: 38 million.
Languages: Kiswahili, English; others include Kikamba and Kibukusu.
Main religions: Christian, traditional.