You’re not welcome here, don’t come back!” the receptionist told me when I asked to use the toilet at Milton Keynes Community Foundation whilst organising a public demonstration opposing they’re facilitating the abortion of 34 babies per week.
It’s the kind of unchristian welcome that a number of guests have had whilst residing at a Christian Guild Holiday hotel in the UK. But the link goes deeper than mere manners because the Director of Christian Guild Holidays is also a Trustee of Milton Keynes Community Foundation!
Christian Guild is the trading name of Methodist Guild Holidays Limited who describe themselves as a multi-denominational holiday organisation offering guests “fun, faith and fellowship with a truly Christian flavour”. Their website goes so far as to state they “exist to provide Christian Holidays for everyone who is a Christian, who is seeking to find Christ, or who is in sympathy with the Christian faith. Our Christian commitment manifests itself in the fellowship and friendship which are an integral part of our holidays. We believe that our Christian ethos is essential to promoting a safe environment for all”.
As an Abolitionist speaking on behalf of the 34 unborn babies who have their short lives needlessly ended in the most brutal fashion inside the building that John Moffoot acts as Trustee, I have my own questions for him. John, If you are a Christian would you manifest the promises on the Christian Guild website of “We believe that our Christian ethos is essential to promoting a safe environment for all” and move to direct your fellow board trustees and CEO Ian Revell to terminate the tenancy on the abortion clinic at MK Community Foundations Acorn House instead of allowing these innocent babies made in the image of God to be terminated on your watch. As a Born Again Christian I am at a loss as to why you would want to be associated with MK Community Foundation who not only facilitate said killings but are proud to fund Brook who
John Moffoot also finds time to be a Trustee of Milton Keynes Mission Partnership an ecumenical group who are led in prayer and worship by Catholic priest ‘Father’ James Cassidy. Their stated objective apart from Interfaith, contemplative prayer and Feminist Workshops is to “seek to transform unjust structures of society.” Alas when I approached them some years ago to tell them of all the infanticide taking place at MK Community Foundations Acorn House a mere 100 metres from one of their churches, I was told by a female ‘Minister’ that “God’s ways are not our ways” and an advert for an abolitionist prayer group would likely upset their congregation and would not be allowed to be published in their Voices magazine. I wonder how many babies have died due to these ecumenical churches refusing to “upset” their congregation and address this evil of child sacrifice amongst us.
“a nice guy, a decent man with a sense of right and wrong, and doesn’t shy away from giving difficult advice and news to Milton Keynes councillors. Myself included.”
So let us pray that John will not “shy away” and he’ll either direct MK Community Foundation to end their ungodly ways or as a protest, resign his post of Trustee in sympathy with the innocent lives lost at Acorn House.
I would urge John Moffoot and all the employees of Milton Keynes Community Foundation to take heed of the relevant precedent that The Bible gives us in the book of Numbers chapter 16 and I quote from the Authorised Version.
Here we have God instructing us as He does many times throughout The Bible to separate from ungodly people lest we be destroyed by God with them!
So let us come out from Catholicism, Ecumenism, Interfaith, Feminism, Child Sacrifice and have the good manners to embrace God’s ways and act upon them, lest we be destroyed!