Chapel Porth - May 2013
 

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Chapel Porth is a place where young people make life changing decisions, like Michael Hanna one of our newest brothers in Christ.

 
Not Tired but Energised!
 

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Church at its best will transform communities. In 'Not Tired but Energised', Pastor Ian Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland shares just a few examples of how that is happening -- in a formerly derelict community hall, in the life of a former drug abuser and Satanist, in the lives of young people, and on the streets of London.

 
Teens Day of Fellowship
 

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South England Conference - Teens Day of Fellowship

 
'Christmas is ruined'
 

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'Christmas is ruined' a Christmas message form Ian Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland.

 
Derek Morris Interview
 

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Derek Morris Interview

 
Olympic Flame Witness Climaxes In London
 

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As the Olympic torch made its way through the London borough of Hounslow, SEC media reports on the local Adventist Church's involvement with the community during the special event, and follow Tyler Saunders, a 29-year-old Paralympic hopeful and member of Chiswick Adventist Church, who carried the Olympic torch through the streets of Ealing.

 
Recession proofing women and families
 

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Sandra Golding shares her top recession proofing tips at the "Hand Maid for Ministry" conference.

 
President's Report 2012
 

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With the glow of the Olympics and the Queen's diamond Jubilee both fading into the distant memory, Ian Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland, still believes there is a ‘feel good’ factor within the British public and within the Church he loves.

 
Lawrence Geraty Interview
 

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Throughout his life Dr Lawrence Geraty has faced, and graciously dealt, with issues of diversity. Asked to speak on the subject, “Diversity, friend or foe?” at a recent Newbold College Diversity Seminar he clearly emphasised the positives. Kirsten Oster-Lundqvist asked him Why?