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USPG supports global partners through Covid-19
All around the world, USPG’s partners have risen to the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Disease Pandemics and Innovations in Care
The first religious leader in Africa to go public about being HIV-positive was a guest speaker at USPG’s Partners in Global Mission Webinar on 8 October.
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USPG's 2021 calendar is now on sale
USPG’s 2021 photographic calendar, featuring beautiful images from around the world, is now available to order.
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Harvest resource
Our new resource for this Harvest tells how USPG's Focus on the Future Fund has helped partner churches in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean in their responses to Covid-19.
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USPG Regional Manager for Asia ordained at St Paul’s Cathedral
Davidson Solanki, USPG’s Regional Manager for Asia and the Middle East, was ordained as a deacon at St Paul’s Cathedral on Sunday 27 September.
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Support Richard!
USPG Volunteer and Diocesan Representative the Reverend Richard Reade is planning his seventh Derwent Valley Trek in aide of USPG.
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Living With a World of Difference - via Zoom
USPG's 2020 study course is being held online via Zoom this autumn.
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Life Before God: Free USPG recorded sermon
Details of forthcoming pre-recorded sermons provided by USPG for use in online worship services.
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Standing in Solidarity
The Anglican mission agency United Society Partners in the Gospel (USPG) announced today that it is launching a new campaign, STANDING IN SOLIDARITY, in response to recent events in the USA following the death in police custody of George Floyd, an African American man.
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Support from USPG during the Covid-19 Pandemic - Guinea
The Island of Fotoba is a community where the main occupation of the inhabitants is fishing, and where the third oldest church in the Anglican Diocese of Guinea was constructed in 1870.
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