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Chapel Relocation in St.Martin

Whoever drinks the water I shall give will never thirst;

the water I shall give will become in him a spring of water (Jn 4:14)

We in St. Martin, like the Samaritan woman,are also poor and in need of living waterto quench our thirst.We need a place to meet Jesus and find hope for our lives and dignity in our service.The place in which this meeting is possible,the well where we find this living water,is our small Chapel. It is a place we love, a place where we find rest and share with one another how the gospels of Jesus and those of the poor are changing our lives.   (from “Sharing life”)

Our beautiful Chapel is being relocated. And even though we feel the loss, the relocation has also offered us the opportunity to reflect on and appreciate the moments we have share within it: the prayers, the encouragement and our love for one another.And because you are a part of our community, we invite you to share with us in these reflections and also to concretely support us in meeting the budget of relocation which is as follows:

 

 Foundation: Ksh. 354,000 ( Euro 3.540)

Furniture, Fittings & Electrical Installation: Ksh. 260,000             ( Euro2.600)

Uprooting and relocating the structure: Ksh 570,000 (Euro 5.700)

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 ITALIAN VERSION

 

“Chi beve dell’acqua che io gli daro’, non avra’ mai piu’ sete, anzi, l’acqua che io gli daro’, diventera’ in lui una fonte d’acqua che scaturisce in vita eterna.” (Gv 4:14)

 Anche noi del St.Martin, come la donna Samaritana, siamo poveri e abbiamo bisogno di acqua viva che soddisfi la nostra sete. Abbiamo bisogno di un posto dove incontrare Gesu’ e trovare speranza per le nostre vite e dignita’ per il nostro servizio.

 Il posto in cui e’ possible questo incontro, e il pozzo in cui troviamo quest’acqua viva, e’ la nostra piccola cappella. E’ un posto che amiamo, dove troviamo pace, e dove condividiamo il modo in cui il Vangelo di Gesu’ e la nostra esperienza con i poveri stanno cambiando le nostre vite.   (dal libro “Sharing Lives” )

  A breve la cappellina verra’ spostata a causa della costruzione di una nuova strada a Nyahururu. Cio’ ci da’ la possibilita’ di riflettere sul Vangelo delle nostre vite e sull’attenzione che offriamo agli ultimi.

Desideriamo invitare anche voi a prendere parte a questa ricostruzione contribuendo in modo concreto e supportandoci in questo cammino. I costi saranno cosi’ suddivisi:

 

 Fondamenta: euro 3.540

  Impianto elettrico, interni: euro 2.600

  Trasferimento di muro e tetto: euro 5.700

 

Per supportarci in questo progetto, clicca qui 

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St.Martin CSA Annual Report 2016/2017

 

It is an honour to have this opportunity to share with you our Annual Report for  2016/2017. The year successfully flew by and saw us fulfill most of our set targets and objectives. This report give a brief account of how in our day to day encounter with the vulnerable, we were able to touch their lives through our network of volunteers.                                                                                                                                                                                               If you want to touch the past, touch a rock. If you want to touch the present, touch a flower. If you want to touch the future, touch a life. 

Download a copy of our report here


 

 

 

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