INF envisions “life in all its fullness” for Nepal’s poor and disadvantaged people and communities, as inspired by Jesus’ own explanation of the reason he had come [John 10:10].

Come and explore what life in all its fullness looks like in Nepal and what that means for us here, at INF Australia’s annual event on Saturday 21st July.

“Together we will learn about, and celebrate the impact of INF’s work serving Nepal’s poor and marginalised through health and development,” says Phil Morris, INF Australia CEO. “We will consider how this relates to our lives and how we can respond.”

The event will comprise two sessions. In the afternoon [2-5pm], we will gather to pray, worship and be led in biblical reflection by INF Ambassador Naomi Reed. We’ll also hear from INF Australia workers Inge Baumann-May, Neil May and Yuek Ming Poon, who are serving in Nepal in the fields of maternal and child health, counselling and nursing.

INF Ambassador Naomi Reed

Stay for the evening session [5:30-8:30pm] to enjoy a delicious Nepali dinner, and participate in a powerful simulation experience to gain rich insight into life in Nepal. You will engage in a hands-on, immersive group simulation to journey into the lives of our global neighbours.

“Could you confront the challenges of life in remote, rural Nepal?” asks Ben Thurley, INF Australia’s Relationships Manager.

Come to one or both sessions. This is an event not to be missed!

INF Australia’s Annual Event

When: Saturday 21 July, 2 – 8.30pm.  

Where: St Paul’s Anglican Church, Chatswood NSW

Cost: $20 donation for dinner

Typical Nepali food Dal Bhat Tarkari

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To register for the event please contact the INF Australia office

Please RSVP by Monday 16th July.