Christian Blind Mission Sunday is an uplifting new addition to the church calendar, launched last year to tie in with World Sight Day. It is inspiring a growing number of churches to Christian Blind Mission to restore sight to children living with preventable blindness in the world’s poorest places.
Using stories, facts and worship resources, Christian Blind Mission Sunday will help churches revisit how the Light of the World calls on us to follow him in loving and serving those in need, like ten year old Mathias, from Uganda, East Africa (photo attached). You can find out more about Christian Blind Mission and download a range of free resources at: https://www.cbmuk.org.uk/sunday/
If you would like any more information, please do contact my colleague Jacqueline Atkinson on 01223 484700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, if a church in your diocese already has plans for the 14 October, they can take part at any time close to that day.
About Christian Blind Mission:
Christian Blind Mission is the overseas disability charity with more than 100 years’ history of being motivated by Christ’s love to reach out to some of the most forgotten people in the world’s poorest places; transforming the lives of people with blindness and disabilities.