October 18 & 19, 2013Venue: The Vine Centre, 29 Burrows St., Wan Chai, Hong Kong
‘Unsung Heroes’ is a two-day event designed to promote and encourage the women of Hong Kong to play an active role and stand with those who are suffering for their faith in Asia today.
Come and hear the incredible stories of two women who have risked everything to follow Jesus.
Meet the speakers and attend workshops to learn and understand the plight of our persecuted Christians and support them.
Friday 18 October: The family night.
Although this is women’s conference, this evening is one for families. Join us with your loved ones for an inspiring evening of worship and praise, performances by well known artistes, and moving and powerful stories of courage and hope from our main speakers.
Saturday 19 October. The women’s conference
This day is exclusively for women. We will have two sisters from the region inspiring us with powerfully moving stories of faith and struggle, opening our eyes and hearts to their suffering and victories.
Conference Pass: HK$ 150 for both days (registration required)
Friday night only: HK$100
This conference pass grants you entry to the whole event including the Friday evening opening concert and to the final closing session on Saturday afternoon.
To register, visit: http://www.unsungheroeshk.wix.com/unsungheroes
The first Justice Conference Asia will be held on 16-18 May in Hong Kong. It will invite the practitioners from Asian countries who are working in the field of justice, to share the justice issues the communities in Asia facing today and their experiences, and to explore the church engagement. Please click here for details.
The continuous reported cases of savage rape in India were a shock to the international society recently. The violence, discrimination and inequality faced by women in India are also common in other South Asia nations, such as Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Being restrained by the traditional caste system, religious culture, poverty and gender inequality, South Asia women usually find it very difficult to recognise and live out one’s self value and dignity.
How can churches and Christians respond to the distress of women in South Asia? In light of the ministries and services of our local Christian partners among poor women and communities in India, we will try to explore how Christianity is related to Caring for the disadvantaged communities and how HK Christians can walk with them together.
Date> 28 March 2013 (Thursday) Time> 7:30pm to 9:00pm Venue> Room 501, Rightful Centre, 12 Tak Hing Street, Kowloon Registration>Online registration. Free of charge. (Deadline: 21 March) Enquiry> Please call Mr. Wu at 2381 9627, or send email to email@example.com Remark> You are welcome to make an appointment with us to share this topic in your churches or cell groups.
‘CEDAR in China’ Sharing Gathering was held in KUC Space, Kowloon Union Church in the afternoon of 20 October 2012. CEDAR’s supporters, staff and new friends enjoyed a good time of fellowship and dialogue on CEDAR’s development work in China.
Participants got the general picture of our development programmes in different provinces in China.
We tasted the delicious snacks made from the organic vegetables from our Hubei organic farm.
Several of our current and former frontline programme officers shared their observations, experiences, thoughts, aspirations distilled from serving the impoverished communities in China.
Besides tasting the organic products, participants can also take some vegetables home.
Lively discussion after the presentations
We look forward to future opportunities to share our development works among the impoverished people with you and listen to your valuable feedback.
Sharing Video Review
Sharing by Rev. Joy LIU, Consultant (China Programme)>
Sharing by Ms Alice KWAN, former Project Supervisor in Gansu, China>
Have you thought you can actually TASTE the fruit of CEDAR’s development work?
CEDAR, in partnership with churches in China, serves local communities in Hubei, Yunnan, Gasu and Sichuan, through community development and disaster prevention programmes. We also support local churches to work more on social concern ministry. We cordially invite you to join “CEDAR in China” Sharing Gathering on October 20, 2012. We would like to share with you our stories of responding to the need of the poor and disadvantaged communities in China. You can also taste our Hubei organic products, listen to the sharing of latest development of our projects in China and have a wonderful time of fellowship with other CEDAR friends and staff.
Date> 20 October 2012 (Sat) Time> 2.30pm-3.45pm / 4.15pm-5.30pm (Please choose one) Venue> KUC Space, Kowloon Union Church (4 Jordan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Jordan MTR Station B2 Exit) Activity> Sharing by our experienced programme supervisor, tasting organic vegetables, etc. Registration and Enquiry> contact Ms Lam/Mr Choi at 2381 9627 or firstname.lastname@example.org