'Turning hunger into hope. Hope lives in you' is the theme of this year's Christian Aid Week. The climate crisis and the war in Ukraine are driving up food prices from Zimbabwe to Ukraine. The combined effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, conflict and drought have robbed thousands of their power to provide for their children. With every gift, every action, every prayer, we celebrate and share hope with our sisters and brothers facing crisis around the world.
To fundraise money for Christian Aid, Queen's Cross will organise a retiring collection at the Worship Service on Sunday 15 May, 10.30 am. If you wish to help and you are unable to attend the service, you can donate directly to Christian Aid through their website www.christianaid.org.uk.
Alternatively, a member of QX Justice and Peace Team will be in reception on Thursday 19 and Friday 20 May from 10 am until noon to collect your donations in person. All monies we collect will be sent to Christian Aid to help support their necessary and valuable work. Gift aiding your contribution will increase your donation by 25p in every £1 you give.
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