President's Blog

I am deeply concerned and saddened to hear that FASA has had to suspend its services to the community in helping with substance abuse, mental health and suicide prevention. They provide excellent services.

It does raise the issue of how we as a society provide services for the most vulnerable, whereby groups such as FASA have to rely on short term funding applications to continue their work.

I agree with multi disciplinary approach but the government does need to be major source of funding etc.

Lent word for today - FAITHFUL - we have a faithful God

Today's word is silence / the silence of reading ‪#‎rethink‬ church

A cartoon reflecting something of a message I am trying to get across this year

Very enjoyable morning on the Irvinestown and Pettigoe circuit - two excellent suits of premises which they should be rightly proud of. They are already working out what is to be a good neighbour to the people around them.

Like many, they have challenges ahead, but I sense a willingness to join God in his Kingdom Building in this part of Fermanagh

Today's photo - celebrate - 250 years of the Methodist Residential home, EASTWELL

American Christian activist Jim Wallis defines hope as “believing in spite of the evidence and watching the evidence change”.

This is from 100days for 100 years by Rev Steve Stockman

Today is ENDURE - Eddie Izzard is running 27 marathons in 27 days -

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