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Park Lane Methodist Church is a registered charity, number 1129517
Afro Caribbean Leukaemia Trust
Beverley De-Gale OBE and Orin Lewis OBE to raise awareness of leukaemia and all blood-related cancers within the black and mixed race communities established the Afro Caribbean Leukaemia Trust (ACLT) in 1996.
Their six-year-old son Daniel diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia prompted the formation of ACLT. After much heartache and soul searching a leading consultant at Great Ormond Street Hospital informed Beverley and Orin. Daniel would need a bone marrow transplant to defeat the disease. The big question for the family was how and where they were going to find a matching donor?
As bone marrow matching was race specific, with very few people from the black and mixed race communities unwilling to step forward as donors. The chances of finding a match were 1 in 250,000 of discovering a compatible donor. Daniel managed to overcome two major relapses, when finally in June 1999 aged 12 he received a bone marrow transplant from an unrelated donor. This enabled Daniel to live a full and beneficial life, successfully passing exams at school and University. However in October 2008 due to other complications Daniel went to be with the Lord.
The courage of Daniel and his family inspired Reverend Robert Pritchard, Ian Hamilton and other members to introduce ACLT to Park Lane Methodist Church in 2010 which first involved a recruitment clinic adding 11 new potential bone marrow donors and 20 new blood donors. The passion and drive of church members Howard Bowen and Donald Palmer also witnessed these guys take part in a 5k "Marrowthon" raising a substantial amount of revenue, followed by a £600 donation by the congregation, greeted with great acknowledgement and cheer from ACLT.
At Park Lane Methodist we believe God opens doors man can never close!
Matthew 9:29 According to your faith it will be done
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The congregation are now invited to join in prayer and fasting. Begin as early in
the day as you can and continue until 4pm. The topics for prayer for the going forward are:
Vacancies for anointed people to serve the church and community
The spiritual development of our Youth through creative ministries and acts of service and committed leaders who are filled with the Holy Spirit
Outreach in Wembley
Park Lane Methodist Church is a charitable body that is able to benefit from Gift Aid donations.
If you pay tax in the UK then Gift Aid is a simple way to increase the value of your gift to us. If you are a UK Tax Payer you can Gift Aid any donation and Sunday Collection via the envelope scheme and these can be made in cash, by cheque and by standing order. In order for your donation to qualify, you must:
• Be a UK taxpayer
• Pay at least as much Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax as Park Lane will recover on your donation in the tax year
• Complete a declaration to indicate that you are happy for Park Lane Church to recover the tax on your donation(s).
There are standard forms that should be used and our Gift Aid Secretary will be able to provide full details. A donation of £10.00 under Gift Aid is equivalent to a donation of £12.50 to the Church!
Christian Aid Week - 14th to 20th May 2017
Park Lane supports the work of Christian Aid.
In 2013 Christian Aid Week focussed on stories from three countries: Bolivia, Kenya and Zimbabwe.
They all looked at how Christian Aid partners were helping communities to 'bite back at hunger'.
With the generous help of the Park Lane congregation led by Beryl Anderson we collected a vast amount door to door which was sent to Christian Aid in September which coincided with a special dedication service.
Park Lane will continue its support in 2017