Resources

A Resource Bank of material is available for parishes to borrow, including display-size photos, from Bradford Area Office, Trinity Centre, John Escritt Road, Bingley BD16 2ST.  Videos, digital slideshows and visiting speakers are also available, A1 size picture poster boards and a selection of picture text cards featuring our Sudan Link.  Contact:  sudanlinkcontact [at] gmail.com (subject: Sudan%20Resources)

National News 

Background information and current news stories can be found on the following websites: Radio DabangaAl JazeeraSudan Tribune, and the BBC.   If searching on-line for news, remember we are linked with Sudan, not South Sudan.  A search for 'Sudan' brings up both.

 

Sudanese womanOther Resources include:

Pamphlet introducing the Sudan Link
Jesus Though Other Eyes – five interactive group Bible Studies. Download samples at foot of page 
Sudan Link on Facebook 

Theological Reflection on Links - Revd Prof Ken Medhurst
A Flourishing Communion - Archbishop Justin Welby 
Partnership - a reflection on what we receive through the link
Newsletter from Sudan Oct-20

We have various videos that can be used.  Here's one from our recent appeal, 

Prayer Diary suggesting current topics for prayer

 

Sudan Link Working Group

It's function is to:

  • Manage the link and liaise with partners
  • Enable parishes to engage fully with the link
  • Arrange exchange visits - please contact the Working Group for more details.
  • Publish news and prayer resources
  • Collect funds supporting our Sudanese partners achieve what they want to do

Secretary to Working Group: dale.barton720 [at] gmail.com (subject: Sudan%20Link%20request) (Revd Dale Barton).
Other members:  the Revd Anne Russell, (chair); Fiona Beevers; Mary Brooks; the Revd David Macha, and Ludia Shukai.

Funding for Sudan:  we have pledged to the Church in Sudan to provide as minimum over three years 2019-2021 a grant of £15,000 to each Diocese in Sudan, £3,000 per year to SBTI and £2,000 per year for relief work.  We are exceeding our pledge at the moment.  We ask for project proposals describing how the funding we give will be used.  We try to support the priorities of the Church in Sudan and not impose our priorities.

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