- Last Updated on Thursday, 21 May 2015 12:54
Comfort Rwanda describes the story so far
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'We in Sandyhills Parish Church aim to serve God by being a loving, caring, sharing church reaching out to the people of our community with the good news of Jesus Christ.'
Please feel free to come and join with us at Sandyhills Church our services are 10:30am every Sunday. There is a welcoming cup of tea etc in the large hall after the service
Worship available link (Worship) in the intimations section also in the months Vision
2009 was an important year in the life of our Church @ Sandyhills as we were celebrating our Silver Jubilee of the new church which was finished in December 1984.
The original church was built on the
site in 1900. For further details look up our history.
- Last Updated on Sunday, 16 March 2014 20:44
Minister Rev Graham Atkinson comments
It was back in 2010 that I read several books on the Rwanda genocide and its aftermath. Romeo Dallaire’s account ‘Shake hands with the Devil’ tells of his role with the UN during the genocide period and his struggle with not intervening, but it was ‘Left to Tell’ by Immaculee Ilibagiza that had the deepest effect. Having lived (as a Tutsi) through the massacre of her family and friends, and spent many weeks in a cramped toilet with a group of other women none of whom could make any noise or step outside, this Christian lady nevertheless found the grace to forgive those who had perpetrated the atrocities which broke her life.