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JAMAICAN CHURCHES RAISE HIV AWARENESS

After learning about the link between HIV and sexual and gender-based violence, the Rev Neila Ingram said what was on the minds of many women religious leaders: “So now I have work to go and do in my community and church.”

Ingram, an African Methodist Episcopal Church pastor, was one of about 30 women who attended a SAVE – or Safer Practices, Access to Treatment and Nutrition, Voluntary Testing and Counselling and Empowerment – workshop offered by the Jamaica Council of Churches in partnership with the World Council of Churches and the International Network of Religious Leaders Living with and Affected by HIV.

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In this month's issue: 150 Years of Scripture Union and the anniversary celebrations. General Assembly: 10 pages of reports and pictures from the Assembly, Fringe and Heart and Soul. An Offshore Parish: The chaplain to the UK's oil and gas industry.