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September 2018

Leprosy in our Nearest Neighbour? Church Service with Rosa Koian

30 September, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Mortdale Uniting Church, 18 Morts Road
Mortdale, New South Wales Australia
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The Leprosy Mission Australia invites you to hear Rosa Koian share. In many countries leprosy is now eliminated. Sadly, in Papua New Guinea, however, approximately 500 new cases of leprosy are diagnosed every year! Many people, including children, are disabled by the disease. Rosa is a team leader at The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea. Her role is to help mobilise communities affected by leprosy have more opportunities to succeed. Rosa feels as Christians we are to extend the hand…

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Restoring hope to people in Timor Leste Lunch with Nelson da Silva

30 September, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Hervey Bay Uniting Church, cnr Tavistock & Exeter Streets
Torquay, Queensland Australia
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You’re invited to lunch! Bring and share luncheon and hear from Nelson! The Leprosy Mission invites you to come and hear from Nelson da Silva, working with The Leprosy Mission Timor Leste Nelson grew up with the personal experience of disability, due to having polio as a child. In his own words ‘My condition drives me to help others. In some leprosy self-help groups, the people say ‘we cannot do anything’…But when I show them my leg they are surprised…It helps them…

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Restoring people in Timor Leste Afternoon Tea with Nelson

30 September, 2018 @ 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Maryborough Door of Hope, 569 Kent Street
Maryborough, Queensland Australia
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You’re invited to afternoon tea!  The Leprosy Mission invites you to come and hear from Nelson da Silva, working with The Leprosy Mission Timor Leste. Nelson, the Community Based Rehabilitation Project Coordinator, grew up with the personal experience of disability, due to having polio as a child. In his own words ‘My condition drives me to help others. In some leprosy self-help groups, the people say ‘we cannot do anything’…But when I show them my leg they are surprised…It helps them know they CAN…

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October 2018

Free

You’re invited to hear Rosa speak at supper in Taree

2 October, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Taree Presbyterian Church, 76 Albert Street
Taree, New South Wales Australia
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The Leprosy Mission Auxiliary in Taree invites you to Supper to hear about Leprosy in Papua New Guinea - How you can make a difference Rosa is a team leader at The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea. Her role is to help mobilise communities affected by leprosy have more opportunities to succeed. Rosa feels as Christians we are to extend the hand of Jesus here on earth. Rosa is encouraged by the story Jesus tells about the lost sheep. It reminds us…

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Free

You’re invited! Restoring people in Timor Leste

3 October, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Roffey Centre, Pendle Hill Retirement Village, 282 Dunmore Street
Pendle Hill, New South Wales Australia
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TLMA invites you to come and hear from Nelson da Silva, working with The Leprosy Mission Timor Leste. Time: 10:00 am for Morning Tea Nelson grew up with the personal experience of disability, due to having polio as a child. In his own words ‘My condition drives me to help others. In some leprosy self-help groups, the people say ‘we cannot do anything’…But when I show them my leg they are surprised…It helps them know they CAN work.’ Nelson is…

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You’re invited to hear Rosa speak

3 October, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Gloucester Baptist Church, 42 Denison St
Gloucester, New South Wales Australia
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The Leprosy Mission invites you to a Cuppa for a Cure to hear Rosa Koian share about:  Leprosy in our nearest neighbour?  How you can make a difference Rosa is a team leader at The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea. Her role is to help mobilise communities affected by leprosy to have more opportunities to succeed. Rosa feels as Christians we are to extend the hand of Jesus here on earth. Rosa is encouraged by the story Jesus tells about the lost…

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You’re invited! To hear Nelson speak about Restoring People in Timor Leste

4 October, 2018 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Legana Christian Church, Bridge Road
Legana, Tasmania Australia
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TLMA invites you to come and hear from Nelson da Silva, working with The Leprosy Mission Timor Leste. Nelson grew up with the personal experience of disability, due to having polio as a child. In his own words ‘My condition drives me to help others. In some leprosy self-help groups, the people say ‘we cannot do anything’…But when I show them my leg they are surprised…It helps them know they CAN work.’ Nelson is the Community Based Rehabilitation Project Coordinator…

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Restoring hope to people in Timor Leste Morning Tea with Nelson da Silva

5 October, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
St Luke’s Campbell Town, 73 Midland Highway
Campbell Town, Tasmania Australia
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You’re invited to morning tea! The Leprosy Mission invites you to come and hear from Nelson da Silva, working with The Leprosy Mission Timor Leste: Restoring hope to people in Timor Leste Nelson grew up with the personal experience of disability, due to having polio as a child. In his own words ‘My condition drives me to help others. In some leprosy self-help groups, the people say ‘we cannot do anything’…But when I show them my leg they are surprised…It helps them…

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$25

You’re invited! To lunch and to hear Nelson speak about Restoring People in Timor Leste

6 October, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Midway Point Tavern, 2/6 Penna Road
Midway Point, Tasmania Australia
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TLMA invites you to come and hear from Nelson da Silva, working with The Leprosy Mission Timor Leste. Nelson grew up with the personal experience of disability, due to having polio as a child. In his own words ‘My condition drives me to help others. In some leprosy self-help groups, the people say ‘we cannot do anything’…But when I show them my leg they are surprised…It helps them know they CAN work.’ Nelson is the Community Based Rehabilitation Project Coordinator…

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$5

Leprosy in our Nearest Neighbour? Afternoon Tea with Rosa Koian

6 October, 2018 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
St Peter and Emmaus Church, 56 Green Street
Joondanna, Perth, West Australia Australia
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You’re invited to afternoon tea! The Leprosy Mission invites you to hear from Rosa Koian, from The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea Rosa is a team leader at The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea. Her role is to help mobilise communities affected by leprosy have more opportunities to succeed. Rosa feels as Christians we are to extend the hand of Jesus here on earth. Rosa is encouraged by the story Jesus tells about the lost sheep. It reminds us to…

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You’re invited to hear Rosa at church in Gosnells WA

7 October, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
The Village Christian Fellowship, Amaroo Village, Dorothy Street
Gosnells, WA Australia
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The Leprosy Mission invites you to hear from Rosa Koian, from The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea on Leprosy in our Nearest Neighbour? Rosa is a team leader at The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea. Her role is to help mobilise communities affected by leprosy have more opportunities to succeed. Rosa feels as Christians we are to extend the hand of Jesus here on earth. Rosa is encouraged by the story Jesus tells about the lost sheep. It reminds us to…

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You’re invited! To hear Nelson speak about Restoring People in Timor Leste at church!

7 October, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
St George’s Church, Main Road
Sorell, TASMANIA Australia
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TLMA invites you to come and hear from Nelson da Silva, working with The Leprosy Mission Timor Leste. Nelson grew up with the personal experience of disability, due to having polio as a child. In his own words ‘My condition drives me to help others. In some leprosy self-help groups, the people say ‘we cannot do anything’…But when I show them my leg they are surprised…It helps them know they CAN work.’ Nelson is the Community Based Rehabilitation Project Coordinator…

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You’re invited! To hear Nelson speak about Restoring People in Timor Leste at Holy Trinity!

10 October, 2018 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 62 King Street
Hastings, Victoria Australia
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TLMA invites you to afternoon tea and to hear from Nelson da Silva, working with The Leprosy Mission Timor Leste. Nelson grew up with the personal experience of disability, due to having polio as a child. In his own words ‘My condition drives me to help others. In some leprosy self-help groups, the people say ‘we cannot do anything’…But when I show them my leg they are surprised…It helps them know they CAN work.’ Nelson is the Community Based Rehabilitation Project Coordinator…

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$15

You’re invited to lunch with Rosa in Yarrawonga!

16 October, 2018 @ 11:45 am - 2:30 pm
St Cutherbert’s Yarrawonga, 41-43 Piper Street
Yarrawonga, VIC Australia
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St Cuthbert’s Anglican Church invites you to a Soup, Sandwiches and Slice lunch to hear: Rosa Koian, from The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea speak on Leprosy in our Nearest Neighbour? And how you can make a difference... Rosa is a team leader at The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea. Her role is to help mobilise communities affected by leprosy have more opportunities to succeed. Rosa feels as Christians we are to extend the hand of Jesus here on earth. Rosa is…

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Free

You’re invited to meet Rosa Koian

17 October, 2018 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

The Leprosy Mission invites you to hear Rosa Koian share about:  Leprosy in our nearest neighbour?  How you can make a difference Rosa comes to us from The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea where she leads the Sustainable Livelihoods Development project, helping individuals, households and communities affected by leprosy and disability to develop and implement improved and sustainable incomes. While hundreds of new cases of leprosy are found each year in PNG Rosa seeks to extend the hand of Jesus, to find…

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You’re invited to meet Rosa Koian over Coffee & Dessert

19 October, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
246 Battunga Road, Echunga, South Australia Australia + Google Map

The Leprosy Mission invites you to hear Rosa Koian share about:  Leprosy in our nearest neighbour?  How you can make a difference Rosa comes to us from The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea where she leads the Sustainable Livelihoods Development project, helping individuals, households and communities affected by leprosy and disability to develop and implement improved and sustainable incomes. While hundreds of new cases of leprosy are found each year in PNG Rosa seeks to extend the hand of Jesus, to find…

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You’re invited to meet Rosa Koian and have a Cuppa For A Cure

20 October, 2018 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Hope Valley Uniting Church, 1263 Grand Junction Rd (cnr Austral St)
Hope Valley, South Australia Australia
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The Leprosy Mission invites you to hear Rosa Koian share about:  Leprosy in our nearest neighbour?  How you can make a difference Rosa comes to us from The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea where she leads the Sustainable Livelihoods Development project, helping individuals, households and communities affected by leprosy and disability to develop and implement improved and sustainable incomes. While hundreds of new cases of leprosy are found each year in PNG Rosa seeks to extend the hand of Jesus, to find…

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You’re invited to meet Rosa Koian at Seaford Christian Churches

21 October, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Seaford Christian Churches, Cnr Main St & Grand Blvd
Seaford, South Australia Australia
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The Leprosy Mission invites you to hear Rosa Koian during a Combined Worship Service share about:  Leprosy in our nearest neighbour?  How you can make a difference Rosa comes to us from The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea where she leads the Sustainable Livelihoods Development project, helping individuals, households and communities affected by leprosy and disability to develop and implement improved and sustainable incomes. While hundreds of new cases of leprosy are found each year in PNG Rosa seeks to extend the…

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You’re invited to meet Rosa Koian in Port Elliot

21 October, 2018 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Port Elliot Uniting Church, 44 North Terrace
Port Elliot, South Australia Australia
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The Leprosy Mission invites you to hear Rosa Koian share about:  Leprosy in our nearest neighbour?  How you can make a difference Rosa comes to us from The Leprosy Mission Papua New Guinea where she leads the Sustainable Livelihoods Development project, helping individuals, households and communities affected by leprosy and disability to develop and implement improved and sustainable incomes. While hundreds of new cases of leprosy are found each year in PNG Rosa seeks to extend the hand of Jesus, to find…

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December 2018

Free

Cuppa For A Cure with Chairman Colin Martin

1 December, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
St Stephen’s Presbyterian Church Hall, 79 George Street
East Maitland, New South Wales 2323 Australia
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You’re invited to a Cuppa for a Cure to hear Colin share:  Leprosy today: still a problem Colin is the Chairman of the Board of The Leprosy Mission Australia. Until his retirement in 2016 he was also a rural procedural GP. He has spent time working in the field in Nepal.  He has also seen how leprosy affects people in the partner countries of India, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste, and Thailand. Colin will be speaking about some exciting new opportunities and…

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January 2019

The Defeating Leprosy Afternoon Tea – Taree

January 19 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Taree Presbyterian Church, 76 Albert Street
Taree, New South Wales Australia
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kashi

Hosted by The Leprosy Mission Taree Auxiliary. At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually he ended up at Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation - from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy Mission worker - will inspire and encourage you. There will be an opportunity to give to support people…

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A Conversation with Dr Famkima – North Mackay

January 20 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
North Mackay Presbyterian Church, Cnr Evans Ave & Harvey St
North Mackay, QLD Australia
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dr fakima

For 145 years the Leprosy Mission has been working in India to bring healing and hope to people affected by leprosy. Come hear about this first hand from Dr Famkima Darlong, Head of Healthcare at The Leprosy Mission India. As a Christian doctor, Dr Famkima sees his profession as a calling from God and always strives to live according to Scriptural Values. Dr Famkima is Head of Healthcare for The Leprosy Mission Trust India, overseeing the work of the fourteen…

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A Conversation with Dr Famkima – Sarina

January 20 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Sarina Presbyterian Church, Lot 75 Sarina Beach Rd
Sarina, QLD Australia
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dr fakima

For 145 years the Leprosy Mission has been working in India to bring healing and hope to people affected by leprosy. Come hear about this first hand from Dr Famkima Darlong, Head of Healthcare at The Leprosy Mission India. As a Christian doctor, Dr Famkima sees his profession as a calling from God and always strives to live according to Scriptural Values. Dr Famkima is Head of Healthcare for The Leprosy Mission Trust India, overseeing the work of the fourteen…

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A Life Transformed – Cardiff Heights

January 20 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cardiff Heights Baptist Church, 33/35 Main Rd
Cardiff Heights, New South Wales Australia
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kashi

At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually he ended up at Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation - from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy Mission worker - will inspire and encourage you. Leprosy Mission Merchandise will be available for sale.

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A Conversation with Dr Famkima – North Mackay

January 20 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Mackay Pentecostal Fellowship, 2 Palmer St
North Mackay, QLD Australia
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dr fakima

For 145 years the Leprosy Mission has been working in India to bring healing and hope to people affected by leprosy. Come hear about this first hand from Dr Famkima Darlong, Head of Healthcare at The Leprosy Mission India. As a Christian doctor, Dr Famkima sees his profession as a calling from God and always strives to live according to Scriptural Values. Dr Famkima is Head of Healthcare for The Leprosy Mission Trust India, overseeing the work of the fourteen…

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$10

A Life Transformed – Gloucester

January 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Gloucester Baptist Church, 42 Denison St
Gloucester, New South Wales Australia
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kashi

At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually he ended up at Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation - from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy Mission worker - will inspire and encourage you. Leprosy Mission Merchandise will be available for sale.  

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At Lunch for Leprosy – Caloundra

January 24 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Caloundra Presbyterian Church, cnr Ormuz and Kalinga St
Caloundra,
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kashi

At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually he ended up at Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation - from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy Mission worker - will inspire and encourage you. Leprosy Mission Merchandise will be available for sale. Admission: Bring and share luncheon.

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Lunch for Leprosy – Brisbane

January 25 @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
Ann St Chapel, Room 4 – Church Hall, 141 Ann St
Brisbane, QLD Australia
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kashi

At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually he ended up at Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation - from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy Mission worker - will inspire and encourage you. The Leprosy Mission Merchandise will be available for sale.

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Sunday service – North Booval

January 27 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 pm
Vision Christian Family, 58 Gledson Street
North Booval, QLD Australia
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kashi

At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually he ended up at Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation - from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy Mission worker - will inspire and encourage you. Leprosy Mission Merchandise will be available for sale.  

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Afternoon Tea – Boonah Church of Christ

January 27 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Boonah Church of Christ, Coronation Dr
Boonah, Queensland Australia
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kashi

At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually he ended up at Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation --- from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy Mission worker --- will inspire and encourage you. Leprosy Mission Merchandise will be available for sale.

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Supper to stop leprosy – Doncaster East

January 29 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Deep Creek Anglican Church, 460 Blackburn Road
Doncaster Easter, VIC Australia
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dr fakima

For 145 years the Leprosy Mission has been working in India to bring healing and hope to people affected by leprosy. Come hear about this first hand from Dr Famkima Darlong, Head of Healthcare at The Leprosy Mission India. As a Christian doctor, Dr Famkima sees his profession as a calling from God and always strives to live according to Scriptural Values. Dr Famkima is Head of Healthcare for The Leprosy Mission Trust India, overseeing the work of the fourteen…

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$5

Morning Tea with Dr Famkima

January 31 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
St Aidan’s Lindisfarne, 54 Lincoln St
Lindisfarne, TAS Australia
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dr fakima

For 145 years the Leprosy Mission has been working in India to bring healing and hope to people affected by leprosy. Come hear about this first hand from Dr Famkima Darlong, Head of Healthcare at The Leprosy Mission India. As a Christian doctor, Dr Famkima sees his profession as a calling from God and always strives to live according to Scriptural Values. Dr Famkima is Head of Healthcare for The Leprosy Mission Trust India, overseeing the work of the fourteen…

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February 2019

A Life Transformed – afternoon tea with Kashi (Gulliver, QLD)

February 2 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Anne St Chapel, 12-14 Anne St
Gulliver, QLD 4812 Australia
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kashi

Kashi was banished from his family after they learnt he had leprosy. You are invited to hear him! To the thirsty I will give water without cost from the spring of the water of life…I will be their God and they will be my children. Rev 21: 6-7 MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT: The Thuringowa Brass Band They enjoy playing & bringing pleasure to many!! Thank you to all who gave donations when Nelson was here!! At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy.…

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$20

‘‘Tastes of India’’ Dinner

February 2 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
St James Anglican Church, Croydon, 2 Highbury St
Croydon, NSW 2132 Australia
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dr fakima

As a Christian doctor, Dr Famkima sees his profession as a calling from God and always strives to live according to Scriptural Values. Dr Famkima is Head of Healthcare for The Leprosy Mission Trust India, overseeing the work of the fourteen Leprosy Mission Hospitals in India. He is a postgraduate medical professional with over 25 years of working experience in ophthalmology and leprosy. Today, India still has the highest number of people affected by leprosy - around 1/4 million new…

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Afternoon Tea with Dr Famkima Darlong, The Leprosy Mission India (Riverstone, NSW)

February 3 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Riverstone Uniting Church, 62 Garfield Road East
Riverstone, New South Wales Australia
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dr fakima

For 145 years the Leprosy Mission has been working in India to bring healing and hope to people affected by leprosy. The Leprosy Mission Australia invites you to join us for a special Afternoon Tea to hear about this work firsthand from Dr Famkima Darlong, Head of Healthcare at The Leprosy Mission Trust India. As a Christian doctor, Dr Famkima sees his profession as a calling from God and always strives to live according to Scriptural Values. Dr Famkima is Head…

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Morning Tea with Dr Famkima (West Hoxton, NSW)

February 4 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
West Hoxton Community Church Hall, 31-35 Twenty Second Ave
West Hoxton, 2171 Australia
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dr fakima

For 145 years the Leprosy Mission has been working in India to bring healing and hope to people affected by leprosy. The Leprosy Mission Australia invites you to join us for a special Morning Tea to hear about this work firsthand from Dr Famkima Darlong, Head of Healthcare at The Leprosy Mission Trust India. As a Christian doctor, Dr Famkima sees his profession as a calling from God and always strives to live according to Scriptural Values. Dr Famkima is Head…

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$22

Lunch for Leprosy – A Himalayan Feast! (Hastings, VIC)

February 5 @ 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Himalayan Indian and Nepali Restaurant, 2/105 High Street
Hastings, VIC Australia
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kashi

Kashi was banished from his family after they learnt he had leprosy. You are invited to hear him at a Lunch for Leprosy - A Himalayan Feast! At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually, he ended up at Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self-care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation --- from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy…

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Come for a cuppa and hear Kashi’s transformation story (Box Hill, VIC)

February 6 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Leprosy Mission Australia, 37-39 Ellingworth Parade
Box Hill, VIC 3128 Australia
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kashi

Kashi was banished from his family after they learned he had leprosy. You are invited to hear him:  A Life Transformed.  At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually, he ended up at The Leprosy Mission's Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self-care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation --- from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy Mission worker --- will…

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$50

Fundraising Asian and Indian Inspired Dinner with Dr Famkima – (Tea Tree Gully, SA)

February 8 @ 6:45 pm - 9:15 pm
Mangosteen, 1362 North East Road
Tea Tree Gully, South Australia Australia
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dr fakima

For 145 years the Leprosy Mission has been working in India to bring healing and hope to people affected by leprosy. The Leprosy Mission Australia invites you to meet Dr Famkima Darlong, Head of Healthcare at The Leprosy Mission Trust India, to hear about this work firsthand. Dr Famkima oversees the work of the fourteen Leprosy Mission hospitals in India, as a postgraduate medical professional with over 25 years of working experience in ophthalmology and leprosy. He is actively involved…

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$5

Afternoon Tea to Defeat Leprosy (Joondanna, WA)

February 9 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
St Peter and Emmaus Church, 56 Green Street
Joondanna, Perth, West Australia Australia
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kashi

Kashi was banished from his family after they learnt he had leprosy. You are invited to hear him. At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually he ended up at Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation --- from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy Mission worker --- will inspire and encourage…

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Grace Lutheran Church Service with Dr Famkima – (Bridgewater, SA)

February 10 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Grace Lutheran Church, 15 Wembley Avenue
Bridgewater, SA Australia
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dr fakima

For 145 years the Leprosy Mission has been working in India to bring healing and hope to people affected by leprosy. The Leprosy Mission Australia invites you to meet Dr Famkima Darlong, Head of Healthcare at The Leprosy Mission Trust India, to hear about this work firsthand. Dr Famkima oversees the work of the fourteen Leprosy Mission hospitals in India, as a postgraduate medical professional with over 25 years of working experience in ophthalmology and leprosy. He is actively involved…

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Morning worship service with Kashi (York, WA)

February 10 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
York Uniting Church, Cnr Centennial Dr & Grey St, York
York, WA Australia
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kashi

Kashi was banished from his family after they learnt he had leprosy. You are invited to hear him. At 7, Kashi was diagnosed with leprosy. He was banned from his school. Eventually he ended up at Anandaban Hospital in Kathmandu. Now Kashi teaches self care to other people affected by leprosy at the hospital. Kashi loves people, and loves Jesus. His story of transformation — from rejected child to respected and loved Leprosy Mission worker — will inspire and encourage…

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World Leprosy Day Event with Dr Famkima (Leabrook, SA)

February 10 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
dr fakima

For 145 years the Leprosy Mission has been working in India to bring healing and hope to people affected by leprosy. The Leprosy Mission Australia invites you to meet Dr Famkima Darlong, Head of Healthcare at The Leprosy Mission Trust India, to hear about this work firsthand. Dr Famkima oversees the work of the fourteen Leprosy Mission hospitals in India, as a postgraduate medical professional with over 25 years of working experience in ophthalmology and leprosy. He is actively involved…

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March 2019

Cuppa for a Cure – Toowoomba

March 21 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
St David’s Presbyterian Church, cnr Mary and Alford sts
North Toowoomba, Queensland 4350 Australia
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cuppa for a cure

You are invited to a Cuppa for a Cure to help stop leprosy. Antonio (pictured) first noticed the signs of leprosy in 2004. He had developed a bad ulcer. He eventually received treatment, but has nerve function loss in his hands and feet. Antonio has helped support other people affected by leprosy as a member of a self care group. He’s also had the opportunity to earn money, facilitated by being a member of the self care group. The Toowoomba…

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Helping Stop Leprosy – Calwell, ACT

March 28 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
St Mary in the Valley Anglican Church, 17 Webber St
Calwell, ACT 2905 Australia
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april in nepal

St Mary’s Calwell invites you to hear April Holmes share about how your support makes a difference. April Holmes is the Leprosy Mission Australia’s International Program Officer. She cares deeply about ensuring people affected by leprosy receive the cure, care and restoration they need. Come and hear as April shares about her recent trip to Thailand, Nepal and India to meet the people you are helping and support the programs in those countries. She will especially speak about the work…

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Beautifully Broken conference

March 30 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Kardinia Church Auditorium -South Campus, 16/147 Marshalltown Road
Grovedale, VIC 3216 Australia
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Beautifully Broken conference

Come and hear stories of healing and transformation at the Beautifully Broken Conference in Geelong. The Leprosy Mission will be there and you will hear how people affected by leprosy have overcome adversity to find new hope in their lives. At Brave Enough’s Beautifully Broken Conference, speakers will be sharing powerful messages interwoven with vulnerable parts of their own story, because people are inspired by our victories but they connect with our weaknesses. These incredible messages are filled with hope, strength and direction, empowering…

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April 2019

Cuppa for a Cure – with Trevor and Heather Smith – Birdwood (SA)

April 30 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Birdwood Lutheran Church, 2017 Warren Road
Birdwood, SA 5234 Australia
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trevor heather smith

Dr Trevor and Heather Smith are visiting Adelaide and will share how God continues to bring His love to those affected by leprosy in Thailand. Trevor and Heather have ministered for nearly 50 years with The Leprosy Mission in Thailand. Come and have a cuppa and share in their stories. RSVP: Sue Cook 0447 490 610, Joan Moulton 08 8332 2905, 0403 205 756

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May 2019

Morning Tea to hear Nagammal’s story – Wamberal, NSW

May 14 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Christian Reformed Church of Wamberal, cnr Tumbi Rd and Dashwood Cl
Wamberal, NSW 2260 Australia
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nagammal

You’re invited to a morning tea at the Christian Reformed Church of Wamberal to hear: Nagammal's Story  Date: Tuesday 14th May, 2019 Time: 10am Place: Christian Reformed Church of Wamberal, cnr Tumbi Rd and Dashwood Cl, Wamberal, 2260 Leprosy still exists. But leprosy often leads to those affected being hidden away, rejected by society, unwanted, uncared for, and abandoned. This can have devastating effects for someone like Nagammal in India. Leprosy led to rejection and isolation for Nagammal by her loved ones…

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Hear Nagammal’s story – Nhill, VIC

May 18 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
44 Townsend St, 44 Townsend St
Nhill, VIC 3418 Australia
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nagammal

Leprosy still exists. But leprosy often leads to those affected being hidden away, rejected by society, unwanted, uncared for, and abandoned. This can have devastating effects for someone like Nagammal. Leprosy led to rejection and isolation for Nagammal by her loved ones and community. Nagammal’s story is one of unnecessary suffering, abandonment and unfolding restoration. Tim Collison will share Nagammal’s story and answer any questions you might have. The Leprosy Mission goods will also be available for purchase. Date: Saturday 18th May,…

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Lunch for Leprosy – Dromana, VIC

May 20 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dromana Presbyterian Church, Cnr Gibson and Pier Streets
Dromana, VIC 3936 Australia
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natalie smith

The Leprosy Mission Australia invites you to come and hear about the work in PNG, via video from Natalie Smith, country leader of The Leprosy Mission in PNG. Come and hear from Natalie (via video) about the situation people affected by leprosy face in Papua New Guinea. Over the last few years there have been an increasing number of people diagnosed with leprosy in Papua New Guinea. Come and hear how you are making a difference. Donations go to support…

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