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An invitation to your church to share in an eye-opening Sunday...

By taking part in Christian Blind Mission Sunday on 15 October 2017, your church can help give the precious gift of sight to children in Africa who struggle to see - and open up a wonderful world of possibilities for them and their communities.

Our inspiring free resources will make it easy for your church to mark Christian Blind Mission Sunday in your worship service and hold a collection or fundraise to support CBM's work with children in Kenya.  

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Complete the form below to download free resources for your church and receive updates about Christian Blind Mission Sunday.
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"Open my eyes, that I may see wonderful things."  Psalm 119:18

Joseph in class with his new glasses

Joseph, 10, struggled at school because of his vision problems. Since CBM's partner provided glasses and a special telescope to help him see the blackboard, he's gone straight to the top of his class and dreams of becoming a doctor!

A message from Paul Harcourt, National Leader of New Wine England and Vicar of All Saints' Woodford Wells:

“At New Wine, we’re committed to ensuring that every person is valued and included. So I’m delighted to support this new initiative from CBM to help children with disabilities in Kenya fulfil their God-given potential. I hope churches will take the opportunity to come together on Christian Blind Mission Sunday to learn about the challenges faced by those who struggle to see in the world’s poorest places and to pray and fundraise to transform lives”.

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Order your free printed resources here and we will also send you a link to online resources that you can download. 

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If you’d rather not receive updates by post about the work you support, please email leave@cbmuk.org.uk or
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