Methodist charity urges pupils to 'make a splash' at Harvest service
1st November 2016

Members of a Methodist charity were the special guests at Rydal Penrhos’ Harvest service recently.

Laura Cook, communications manager at All We Can, took part in the school’s annual event before the half term break on Friday, October 21.

During the service there were also talks from Reverend Nick Sissons and deputy head boy Will Marston.

All We Can works through partnerships to end the cycle of suffering caused by poverty, inequality and injustice.

They support and strengthen local partners – organisations, churches and emerging initiatives that share our vision and values – to implement effective and sustainable solutions for people living in some of the world’s poorest and least served communities.

In addition the charity also responds to humanitarian crises with emergency support and help communities to be better prepared for disasters.

During the service Mrs Cook spoke about the initiatives and encouraged pupils to “make a splash”, which is the charity’s campaign to celebrate God's gift of water and raise support for people who lack such vital resources.

Acting Head Roger McDuff, said: “We were delighted to have All We Can here at our Harvest Service, which highlighted the fine work the charity is doing across the globe.”


Photo caption:

  • Rydal Penrhos’ Harvest service.
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