Hope and Hospitality comes to Campbeltown

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Hope and Hospitality is a nationwide tour by the charity Home for Good, and it is coming to Campbeltown.

The charity is dedicated to finding a home for every child who needs one. By co-ordinating and resourcing a rapidly growing network of people, churches and local movements across the UK, Home for Good is raising awareness of the needs of vulnerable children and young people and inspiring individuals to explore fostering and adoption, and equipping churches to understand and support.

As part of the nationwide tour, Campbeltown Community Church will have a Hope and Hospitality speaker at its service on Sunday August 25 at 11am in the SKDT Hall, formerly the Red Cross Hall, on Kirk Street.

Pastor Mark Jasper said: ‘Our guest speaker, Amie Aitken, will tell the story of Moses’ adoption, and share her own experience of being a young person in the care system.

Mark continued: ‘This will also be an opportunity to hear about the work of Home for Good, and consider to how we might respond to the needs of vulnerable children. We invite all who are interested to come along and find out more.’

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