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  • Teenage Pregnancy Awareness Event – Saturday May 29 in Finsbury Park

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010 Despite tremendous changes in attitudes and the structure of society in recent decades, teenage pregnancy is still linked to deprivation, lost opportunities, prejudice and stigma. The third in this year’s series of secular outreach events at the UCKG HelpCentre in the Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park will look at some of the…

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  • Training for Career Success – 200 Londoners Get Started

    Thursday, 29 April 2010 Over 200 Londoners intent on improving their career prospects and boosting their earnings attended a briefing at the UCKG HelpCentre, Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park on Saturday April 24.  Many of them committed to training or returning to work after a period of unemployment then and there. Entitled Better Education Awareness,…

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  • Training For Career Success – 200 Londoners Get Started

    Saturday, 24 April 2010 Over 200 Londoners intent on improving their career prospects and boosting their earnings attended a briefing at the UCKG HelpCentre, Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park on Saturday April 24, 2010. Many of them committed to training or returning to work after a period of unemployment then and there. Entitled Better Education…

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  • Better Education Awareness – The Route to Career Success

    Monday, 19 April 2010 Better Education Awareness is the topic for the second Saturday briefing at the UCKG HelpCentre on Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park, which takes place at 3pm on April 24. Sponsored by the UCKG HelpCentre in partnership with the Greater London Authority, Islington Training Network, East London Skills for Life and the…

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  • Female Cancer Awareness Event Attracts 490 Women

    Friday, 9 April 2010 The recent female cancer awareness event held at the UCKG HelpCentre in Finsbury Park attracted almost 500 attendees. The event was organised in association with two NHS hospitals, the Whittington and the North Middlesex, and the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity.  Its aim was to help in addressing both the fear of…

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  • Female Cancer Awareness Event

    Tuesday, 23 March 2010 A female cancer awareness event is being held at the UCKG HelpCentre on Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park on Saturday March 27.  It has been organised by UCKG in association with two NHS hospitals, the Whittington and the North Middlesex, and the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity. Starting at 4pm and due…

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  • UCKG HelpCentre Collects Eleven Tonnes For Oxfam

    Thursday, 18 March 2010 A UK-wide initiative by the UCKG HelpCentre succeeded in collecting over 11 tonnes of saleable goods for Oxfam’s central warehouses for final sorting and onward distribution to it’s shops. The bulk of the goods – 8.8 tonnes – was gathered at UCKG’s headquarters in Finsbury Park, north London and included gifts from…

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  • UCKG HelpCentre Launches UK-wide Initiative Supporting Oxfam

    Wednesday, 10 February 2010 Throughout February, all 36 full time and part time UCKG HelpCentres across England and Wales will be collecting saleable goods for Oxfam. The aim is to help both the victims of the Haiti earthquake and people who are in equally dire need in many other parts of the world. “We’ve arranged…

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  • Money and faith

    Wednesday, 25 April 2007 Yahoo cannot link the name of Universal church to the ‘royal mint’ – ‘casa da moeda’ (the place where the money is printed). Brazilian Yahoo is obligated to take away from its search engine on the website the link between the name of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God…

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  • Newspaper regrets article errors

    Sunday 7th August 2005 Recently, the New Zealand newspaper, Herald On Sunday, published an article, elaborated by its reporter, in which false allegations were made against the UCKG and its founder, Bishop Macedo. The article claimed, in an extremely denigrating tone, that the UCKG tells people to pray and disregard medicine. The article went on…

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