The Diocese of Bethlehem has arranged with the Dyer family to hold a memorial service at the Cathedral Church of the Nativity in the near future, at time convenient to them. We will keep you informed of those plans.
Bishop Anthony asked for our help. Within the week, loyal New Hope donors had contributed over $10,500 to our disaster relief offering. Within eight days you were feeding the hungry, healing the wounded, giving shelter and clothes to the exposed. Here’s the summary of our faith in action:
- Over 8 tons of grains and cereals purchased & distributed, providing over 50,000 meals
- 270 blankets were purchased and distributed
- 120 plastic shelters purchased and distributed
- 3 injured people flown to Juba for advanced medical treatment
We were among the first to provide relief. Faster than the UN or other western NGO’s we were feeding hungry people after eight days. For love doesn’t honor red tape and bureaucracy. We are thankful for Bishop Anthony’s leadership and Stephen Tomor’s real time management of an emergency situation.
The governments of the South Sudan and Uganda have insured there is peace and the situation is reverting to normal. We thank God for loving partners and strong leadership in the Diocese of Kajo Keji. We also thank God for the caring response that you made. Living out the Gospels with love is what New Hope is all about.
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No matter who you are, you are welcome here. We believe that God’s love is for everyone. We strive to be a community where people of every age, race, sexuality or economic circumstance find a home and a place to grow. Whether you come in a suit or jeans and tee shirt, you will receive a warm greeting.