Bikers & Monks Unite with Friends To Help Aaron’s battle with MS


Aaron is just 41 and suffers from progressive MS (Multiple Sclerosis) which is not responding to usual treatments. His last option is Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (better known as HSCT). Aaron seeks to raise $70,000 to travel to Russia and undertake treatment which is not available locally. A group of bike riders have teamed up to raise funds and their final destination will be Putty, NSW at St Shenouda’s Coptic Orthodox Monastery.

No doubt most have ridden or driven up the Putty road and may have seen this arch.

Ever wondered what’s on the other side?

Book in for this Very Special 1st Ever Joint Charity Event on the 23rd of August
and you’ll get your chance to find out.

The Coptic Monks are opening up their doors in support of “Aaron Attacks MS”.

Meet us at McDonalds McGraths Hill at 9:30am for a 10am departure.
You can drive or ride up the Putty Rd with us or meet us at 12 o’clock at
St Shenounda Coptic Orthodox Monastery.

$25 includes BBQ Lunch with the Monks and a walk around the grounds.

Numbers are limited and RSVP is required for catering.

Book now & help us make history while we raise funds to get Aaron to Russia to Halt his MS!

Please join the Facebook Event (Bikers & Monks Unite with Friends in the Fight Against MS)

**** RSVP is essential to attend this event. *****

Announcement from HG Bishop Anba Daniel, Bishop and Abbot of St Shenouda’s Coptic Orthodox Monastery, Putty NSW.

On Saturday 23/8/2014,God willing,we will celebrate the 19th Anniversary of the Establishment of St Shenouda Monastery,by laying the Foundation Stone of part of the Concrete Slabs for the New Project.

The Program of the Day:

9am to 12pm. The Holy Liturgy.
12pm to 1pm. Lunch.
1pm to 1.30pm. Laying the Concrete Slabs.
1.30pm—2pm. Unveil the Foundation Stone Plaque.
2pm—3pm. Praises and Conclusion.

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