Sheffield church volunteers to make trip to Lebanon

During the Easter holidays a group of 12 adults and 3 children from Antioch Community Church will travel to Lebanon to volunteer at the New Horizon Centre. 'The group is part of the Antioch Training School, a 12-month leadership training programme based at the church.'Pictured are training school students Isabel Edlin and Mandy Gold
During the Easter holidays a group of 12 adults and 3 children from Antioch Community Church will travel to Lebanon to volunteer at the New Horizon Centre. 'The group is part of the Antioch Training School, a 12-month leadership training programme based at the church.'Pictured are training school students Isabel Edlin and Mandy Gold
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A SHEFFIELD church is sending 12 adults and three children to Lebanon to volunteer at a centre which helps Bedouin and Gypsy communities.

The group, members of the Antioch Community Church in Broomhall which is running a 12-month leadership training programme, will spend Easter in Lebanon to volunteer at the New Horizon Centre.

The centre provides services for Bedouin and Gypsy communities, including a medical and dental clinic, women’s job skills development programme, and a small school.

The team from Sheffield will help at the school and serve the families of the children who attend.

The Sheffield volunteers are fundraising for their trip and also collecting dental supplies to take to the centre.