Posts from Cambodia: Monday February 10

We started the day with a nourishing breakfast at the White Elephant Restaurant, and then continued on to the Tree of Life Methodist Church, a beautiful, spacious building in the middle of a grove of trees.  There is an adjacent building whi!h houses a Welfare Cultural Center, run by a

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Posts from Cambodia: Sunday February 9

Another beautiful, warm and sunny day in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  After a lovely breakfast buffet, we departed our Golden Gate hotel to drive to Kampong Chhnang to visit our assigned Methodist Church. Upon our arrival, our gracious host minister was introduced to us as well as meeting 185 children, of

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Come to Cambodia

Cambodia UMVIM Team Announces Meeting The Cambodia UMVIM Team will meet at 12 noon on Sunday, November 10, in room 160 to discuss logistics pertaining to the pending trip.  A few spaces are still available for the trip. The trip is scheduled for February 7-18, 2014.  Anyone who is interested

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News from our Covenant Missionary in Cambodia

Clara Biswas is FUMC’s covenant missionary in Cambodia. Clara is a Bengali working with Cambodian children. In her latest colorful newsletter you can meet a 12 year old Cambodian girl who studies at the mission school, read about a retreat trip to Siem Reap and Ankor Wat, and read about

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Global Missions Presents! Paul Jeffrey, Photographer

On Sunday, October 20, at noon in the Fireside Room, Global Missions and UMW will welcome Rev. Paul Jeffrey. He is a writer, photographer, and media specialist documenting the work of the United Methodist Church around the world. His presentation is titled: Images from the Edges of Mission. A light lunch

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Olive Oil Sales September 22

Back by Popular Demand!!  Palestinian olive oil will be sold September 22 in Collins during coffee hour, along with olive oil soap and other Middle Eastern dried goods. Global Missions Committee provides this important outlet for sales because Palestinian farmers have difficulty getting their products to market. Please support Canaan

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