21 Dec 2011
The committee would like to thank everyone for their very hard work and participation in ACTS Cambodia 2011. We hope you have found the mission trip meaningful and that you have experienced Christ in your own way whilst sharing your week with our Cambodian friends.
We have created a dropbox for you to share your photos with everyone. You will soon receive an email to invite you to our dropbox "ACTS 2011 Participants Photos". Please place the photos you want to share with us there.
Have a blessed Christmas.
09 Dec 2011
On the eve of our departure for Cambodia, I would like to share an email from Sr Ched which in a few simple words describe what is the meaning of mission. She wrote:
Please note that Registration is now CLOSED.
All registration after the closing date have been put under a reserved list. We will contact you before September if anyone pulls out.
Go to Online Registration form now >
Book your air tickets early!!
The following are the recommended flights. If this is your first time participating in an ACTS mission, it is preferable for you to arrive in Phnom Penh on 10th December 2011 in order that you can take part in an orientation tour.
Hi friends in ACTS,
Vaccination day is round the corner! Do not worry, we have a great team of doctors at hand. I would just like to remind you again the types of vaccines which you are encouraged to take.
The recommended vaccinations are:
Download the Formation files here:
30th April 2011
Dear Brothers and Sister in Christ,
In Advent 2006, a small group of parishioners led by Dr John Lee of Church of Our Lady Queen of Peace, spent a week at a Don Bosco school in Cambodia where they were inspired by the Salesian Sisters to share the joy of service with others. With the permission of Parish Priest Father Francis Lee, – ACTS – which stands for Advent Cambodia Trips as well as “A Call To Share” that follows the example of the Acts of the Apostles, was born.
This mission outreach has since grown to include people outside the parish and the Church. Since then, some 180 to 250 participants from different parishes as well as non-Catholics, have been on such mission trips each year.