Commissioning of volunteers to India

Posted by Spalding Hurst

October 16, 2017

Sarah Geier, SCN, Kristy Reynolds, LeAnne Moore, Karen Lazowski, and Erin Kelly are flying to India now. They will be there until Nov. 3, in ministry at Asha Kiran. The volunteers will be engaged in a variety of activities, helping children get ready for school, help with homework, painting the library, creating an album of photos and activities, and sharing new skills. Primarily they will just be with the children, listen to them, and love them.
“Each of the volunteers is grateful for this opportunity and thank those who helped make it possible and especially those who are praying for us,” says Sister Sarah.


  1. Mary Ellen Doyle, SCN

    How I wish I could go with you to enjoy the Lights festival once again from the roof of Mokama! Please give my love to all the SCNs you meet there and elsewhere.Blessings on your ministry
    with the Children; Joy to all of them and to you! Bring pictures home!

  2. Linda Soltis

    Praying for your safe travels. Wishing you blessings on this special time in India.

  3. Mary Margaret Nirmala

    Blessings on the Volunteers! May you travel safe and enjoy India while you are here. The festival of lights will greet you.


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