Mission Paraguay Report 2007

Mission Paraguay sends teams of volunteers out to work alongside the Anglican Church in practical projects, community based work, childrens’ activities and social projects. In 2007 41 volunteers, backed by many churches and organizations, spent June to August working in and around Asuncion, Concepción and the Chaco. Many worked on projects started by previous teams and this report will provide an update on the work.

The report includes details on:Mission Paraguay

  • Roque Alonso
  • Emboscada
  • Esperanza Foster Home
  • Concepción – Inmaculada
  • Chaco – Para Todoi
  • Childrens’ work
  • Past projects – Yatnata and Zeballos Cue
  • Mission Paraguay 2008

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Paraguay gets under your skin. It is a subtle thing, something to do with the place (vast expanses of palm trees and swamps, and dusty cities) and it is something to do with the poverty that you see, in its varied forms, wherever you go. But mostly, I think, it is to do with the people. The people I met were warm hearted; they approached us as friends. They demonstrated their faithfulness and love for God by greeting us as family members. They challenged my understanding of reliance on prayer for every aspect of their lives.
Sarah Holman who worked at Concepción

SAMS Annual General Meeting Oct 2007

The SAMS Ireland AGM was held on Thursday 11th October 2007. General Secretary, Denis Johnston, reported a very successful year, and chairman, Bishop Ken Clarke, remarked that SAMS Ireland is entering a period of expansion. The committee looked forward to another good year in 2008. Download the report.

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