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News from Nick Humphreys in Guyana Nick Humphreys, pictured here in a Skype conversation with his father Tim,
has sent a lively report from his Project Trust Gap Year placement
as a primary school teacher in the village of Kato in Guyana.
He reports that he is living in teachers’ quarters next to the village school
. “Out the back of the house is the rain forest as far as the eye can see;
out front are the vast plains of the savanna. All around are local families
living with only the bare essentials in mud huts they made themselves.

Teaching has been very enjoyable.
My class is nursery 2 teaching 4 and 5 year olds, and they are a lovely bunch,
Currently I could not be happier with my life and I have all of you at
St Paul’s Church to thank, I will forever be grateful to you all
for helping me get to this amazing country and to be
able to help my school children in such a positive way.

Click here to see Nick’s full report  with many wonderful photos.

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Former Chaplain celebrates 60 years  

 

 

 

 
Father Charles Danes will mark the
60th anniversary of his ordination to
the Sacred Order of Priests on
Saturday 17th June in
Great Bardfield, England.

Father Charles, with his wife Marion,
served as Chaplain at Saint Paul’s from
1987 to 1993.

The ever popular Mother & Baby Group
owes its start to the Danes who offered
their home, the Chaplain’s Apartment
 – Saint Paul’s House-  as the meeting
place for the group founded by
Sandra Coleridge.

Please Send greetings to:
Revd C.W. Danes, 31 Oakley Road,
Bocking, Baintree, Essex CM7 5QS

 

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Father Dan in Monte-Carlo 

Father Dan Langdon-Griffiths returns to Saint Paul’s during the week from May 1st
to provide locum coverage for Father Walter who is taking
a short holiday with his sister visiting from California.
Father Dan is pictured here on his ordination day with his great friend,
Dave Corns, the Head Verger at Liverpool Cathedral,
one of the largest cathedral in the Anglican world,
where Father Dan’s ordination took place.
Dave will join Father Dan for the first few days of his visit.