Posted 04 October 2019
The Revd Jessie Anand writes:
In February this year a group of 32 people from the Southwark Diocese was led by Bishop Christopher Chessun on a 15-day pilgrimage to the Dioceses of Amritsar and Delhi in the Church of North India. The programme for the journey, which covered the three states of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana, was co-ordinated by Rev S Anand Asir Anand of All Saints Church, Battersea.
Pilgrimages are always inspirational, as they always bring to light new things which we never expected. In this case, there are two particular stories which, as I have reflected upon them, seem to me to relate very much to the life and work of USPG, both past and present.
- Why USPG will be joining the global climate strike Friday the 20th of September
17 September 2019
- Hurricane Dorian - Rapid Response appeal
10 September 2019
- Rethinking Mission at Greenbelt 2019
09 September 2019
23 August 2019
- USPG at Greenbelt 2019 - The world does not need any more white saviours?
08 August 2019
- A response to the Bishop of Truro’s review of FCO Support for Persecuted Christians
15 July 2019