Thursday, August 21, 2014

Transformational days at Mission U

By Karen Barraco

The learning, the giving, the singing, the sharing — all combined for an inspiring and transforming four days for those who participated in Mission U at Bucknell University, July 10-13.

Thursday’s one-day event, Sampler Day, brought together 126 men and women of the Susquehanna Conference for a “sample” of the study topics, “How Is It with Your Soul?” and “The Church and People with Disabilities.” Thursday was also the arrival day for 27 youth and staff for the four-day youth event.
The three-day weekend event was attended by 81 adults, with 15 children participating in the Mission U for Children classes.

Nearly $2,500 from the Tracy Ogden Scholarship Fund helped make it possible for children and youth to be a part of Mission U.

In addition to items collected and assembled for health kits, an offering of $1,965 will be divided between the Roma Mission & Community Center in Hungary and the United Methodist Women’s pledge to mission.

Look for more pictures from the event at the Susquehanna Conference website here:

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