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"My St Georges Experience :

I still miss St. George’s Community and Church Tunis. I was a born –again serving Christian for close to 20 years before I joined St. Georges in Tunis. But I learnt a lot from the community. I learnt humility from Bishop Bill, how to be extravagantly in love with God from Sister Hillary; the application of bible truth and reality in cultural context from Rev. Frank, and so many other clergy men including Pastor Kwame.

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Download this file (Newsletter 1.2 Easter Edi~.pdf)The Friends of St Georges, Tunis[Easter Edition]709 kB909 Downloads2017-03-01 11:00

The patron of the Friends of St Georges writes:

 

"With the departure of dear friends from the African Development Bank, St George’s suddenly became a much different kind of church – at least in its English-speaking component. I am so grateful to Rev Peter Knight, accompanied by his wife Christine, for their willingness to give leadership as Rector after me of St George’s Anglican Church, Tunis in a period of change and adjustment. Ministry is being sustained and a friendly welcome given to all comers to St George’s. The forming of the Friends of St George’s is such an encouragement to a church that has remained motivated with a big vision but which has suddenly lost so many of its resources.

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Download this file (Newsletter 1.1 First Edit~.pdf)Newsletter 1.1 [The attachment is the first newsletter of the Friends of St Georges, Tunis. ]1685 kB993 Downloads2017-03-01 10:45

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Verse of the Day

  • James 1:19

    “[Listening and Doing] My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry,”