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Aileen Coleman Visits Australia

Aileen Coleman, an Australian nurse and medical missionary to the people of Jordan, has spent almost 60 years in the Middle East treating tuberculosis and other lung diseases.  We are blessed to have Aileen visiting with us and are holding a special Morning Tea in her honour. We hope you can join us for this special event.

Date:         Tuesday 8 December 2015
Time:         10.30 am to 12.30 pm
Venue:       Novotel Parramatta, 350 Church Street, Parramatta  NSW  2150
Donation:   A donation of $25 at the door is suggested but is not essential.

RSVP:        For catering purposes please advise your attendance by 5pm Monday 30th November via email to margareth@samaritanspurse.org.au

 

 

Originally from Bundaberg, Queensland, Aileen co-founded the Annoor Sanitorium in Mafraq, Jordan in 1965.  Annoor is an Arabic word meaning “the light”. The team at Annoor reflect the light of the world, sharing God’s love with people in need. Annoor exists to bring hope and healing to nomadic Bedouin tribes in the desert.

In 1973 the sanatorium relocated to a new facility on 25 acres of desert property in Mafraq. Today Annoor is a 40-bed inpatient facility within an inviting oasis of trees and greenery and a busy outpatient clinic that operates five days a week.