Barnes Close
Chadwich
Malthouse Lane
Bromsgrove
Worcestershire
B61 0RA

CfRbarnesext01.jpg (62675 bytes)

External Relations

The Community for Reconciliation has groups supporting work in Romania, Croatia and East Africa. In addition the community administers the Ecumenical Order of Ministry. 

Romania Concern

- Channelling grants to various parts of Romania

- Supporting longer term reconstruction in churches and communities

- Praying and working for reconciliation between communities

Footprints

Reconciliation in Croatia and surrounding areas

Un-Afr-Aid

- Channelling grants to various parts of Africa, particularly East Africa

- Supporting specific projects through partners, especially PHARP ( Peace building, Healing
   and Reconciliation Programme)

- Praying and working for reconciliation between communities, tribes and nations

Ecumenical Order of Ministry

A dispersed community of ministers who seek Church unity by prayer, mutual recognition of ministries and inter-personal support.

The next EOM Annual Conference is at Barnes Close in April 2004. Conference application forms are available now. Book the dates now and email us to ask to be added to the mailing list.

 

For further details on any of the above areas of work please click on the links below.

Romania Concern Footprints Un-Afr-Aid Ecumenical Order of Ministry

POSTAL ADDRESS:
Barnes Close, Chadwich, Malthouse Lane Bromsgrove, Worcs, B61 0RA

CONTACT DETAILS:
Office Tel: 01562 710231
Office Fax: 01562 710278
Office hours: 9.30am-5pm (Monday to Friday)
Email: cfrenquiry@aol.com

Click on a link below to go straight to the page that interests you.
What is the Community for Reconciliation Barnes Close
The Residential & Conference  Centre of the Community
The Residential Team of the Community External Affairs History
Activities & Events CfR Links Across The World Volunteering at
Barnes Close
Personal Retreats Useful Links

This website has been constructed, and is maintained, by Rev Ian Ring, Community Co-ordinator of the Community for Reconciliation and Minister of the Beacon Church Centre, Rubery. Any views expressed in this website are personal views and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Community for Reconciliation, The Beacon Church Centre or The United Reformed Church as a whole.

Ian Ring 2001-4. All comments regarding the website to Ian Ring please.

Site last updated 27th November 2004