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CIG Grace comes to Maidstone

Last Saturday, five families living in Maidstone and the Medway area gathered together to participate in these ceremonies, after having completed the required conditions.The ceremonies were conducted with reverence and afterwards the families shared together a potluck dinner. There is still enough time to participate in the holy wine ceremony and inherit the holy gifts […]

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Live Lounge comes to Bromley

We wanted to bring the community together for a seasonal event. We wanted to raise funds for a Iraqi & Syrian refugees in Jordan. We also wanted to showcase some local musical talent. So we decided to host a charity Live Lounge. Our end-of-year event took the form of a ‘Live Lounge’ on Friday 5th […]

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Clive and his wife, Maria, outside their local church in England

Out on the ocean with Rev. Moon: An Interview with Clive Pollitt

This article was first published on DPlife. You’ve heard the adventure stories of buried gold hidden deep in the ocean. Inspired by a range of tales from the Count of Monte Cristo to Treasure Island, everyone harbours a childhood dream of following an old, crinkled map to a chest of coins and rubies, but for Clive […]

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…go together like a horse and carriage

Six couples in the Bromley community recently completed the 7 weekly sessions that make up the Marriage Course.  A few weeks ago the conclusion of the course was celebrated in conjunction with the United Nations Day of the Family.  Many folks came together for the occasion, with some FFWPU members inviting their friends and colleagues […]

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Invitation to UK Summer Camp – August 2013

                            Dear Parents, We have prepared another exciting program for Summer Camp 2013, under the theme: God’s Greatest Invention with related activities, daily themes, study sessions, games and arts & craft projects. · The venue is Cleeve House (Seend, SN12 6PG), with […]

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Magical music making medical aid possible

North Korea is largely hidden from the world due to the tightly controlled political, economic and social situation of the state and its determination to present to the world a prosperous and happy exterior, hiding the realities. The truth is that the country has been plagued with famine, economic hardship, disease and other suffering, including […]

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Inflated results

We didn’t deck the halls with boughs of holly last Saturday evening, but there was a beautifully trimmed tree and many other festive adornments decorating the dining room in Livingstone House in preparation for the Bromley community Christmas party.  There was a noticeable absence of mistletoe (fortunately, perhaps) but there were candles and tinsel, with […]

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A Canterbury Tale

Tucked away in the garden of England, the Sawl family opened up their home on Sunday evening to welcome brothers and sisters from around Kent and the Bromley community.  Students from the historical city of Canterbury live nearby, although their 15 minute pilgrimage to the rustic warmth of the Sawl’s home paled in comparison to […]

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Bromley UPF introduces its new website

The UPF team in Bromley has been working hard to strengthen the organisation of the core team.  One result of these efforts has been the creation of a website to promote UPF locally.  Take a peek by clicking here. A big shout goes out to Mr. Trevor Davies who has put in the bulk of […]

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“I have seen great hope…”

Last Thursday evening members of the Bromley community heard about the physically healing power of the truth; we were encouraged to believe in our enormous potential; we were given evidence of the great era of change in which we’re living; and we were given a vision of opening doors in the most difficult places, an […]

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