Ministry in Beattyville

Posted by Spalding Hurst

June 23, 2021

Several volunteers of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth left from the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Motherhouse in Nazareth this morning to travel to Beattyville, Kentucky. The group, under the guidance of Ellen Spring and Sister Luke, will be working on building a ramp for a disabled gentleman. Before leaving Nazareth, the group gathered for prayer.

Please keep our volunteers in your prayers as they travel and carry out their work.

6 Comments

  1. Eugenie Coakley, scna

    May the work and fellowship go well! Thank you!

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  2. Rita Davis, SCN

    All the best and blessings upon each of you as you help people with their homes.

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  3. Catherine Lee

    You are in my prayers! Happy for the gentleman !

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  4. Anne Magruder

    Thanks to a great group of volunteers for the work you are doing to help others.

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  5. Maggie Cooper

    Greetings to you-all and blessings on you as you bless this gentleman!
    We are with you in spirit!!

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  6. Patsy Buckler, SCNA

    Nice picture of your group and such a worthwhile undertaking. Bless you all.

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