Monthly Archives: November 2007

December 1st is WORLD AIDS DAY

HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) affects more than 17,000 people in the UK. The figure worldwide is more than 33 million. There is no cure for it, but it is controllable, and with the right medication and precautions people can live … Continue reading

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WORLD AIDS DAY SERVICE 1st December

Christian Aid and Terrence Higgins Trust Cymru come together once again for a service to remember people across the world living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. A special national service for Wales will be held at The Senedd in Cardiff … Continue reading

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Christian Approaches to Life and Death

In the last session in our âEURoeChristian ApproachesâEUR series we look at the ultimate big questions: * What is life? * When does it begin, and when does it end? * What happens when we die? * Reincarnation? * Judgment? … Continue reading

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Christian Approaches – Sexuality

Christians and Sex. Not a happy marriage? From St Augustine to Victorian Britain, the Christian Churches have seemed to look down on sex as bordering on the sinful and a necessary evil, full of temptation. Yet the Anglican wedding service … Continue reading

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