Video from the Kenya mission announcement

Posted by Spalding Hurst

December 3, 2019

Archived video from the presentation.

Marereni, Kenya (Marked with the red pin)

Below are messages from around the Congregation during the webcast.
(Feel free to share your own in the comments at the bottom.)

4 Comments

  1. Rita Davis, SCN

    Thanks to whomever goes and my prayer will join yours on this mission. I’m glad to see it on the map…..hope the 3 Sisters will be able to refresh themselves periodically with an sea/ocean view.

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  2. Mary K A

    Great news. Blessings in abundance for the new adventure. May Catherine go with her daughters.

    Reply
  3. Kitty Wilson

    Thanks to all who are making this dream a reality. Congrats to each one who go on this new journey.

    Reply
  4. Maria Brocato

    Thank you to our Executive Committee for leading us forward in faith and courage. May our new mission in Kenya be abundantly blessed!

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