Tag Archive: service

Mar 01

Learning empathy through charity – Bishop Eliudi visit 2016

Our children unscramble the word "Jambo," meaning "Hello!"

Recently, our children assembled hygiene kits as a service project. These hygiene kits are given to students that come from far away to attend the International Evangelism Centre in Salika, Tanzania. At the Centre, these students prepare to be church planters and pastors to a number of countries in East Africa. The relatively few supplies—all …

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Jun 22

A day of recreation and fellowship with Helena First Assembly of God


On May 30th, two dozen members of Helena First Assembly of God came and led the children and staff in several “get to know you” games, a rousing softball game, and treated the whole campus to an amazing BBQ dinner. The event was coordinated by church members Betti Hill and Pam Longmire, and Ken Holman …

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Feb 25

Learning gratitude through giving


“Bishop Eludi, I would like to say thank you for your work in Africa especially with the orphans and the poor people, also understanding lives of people in need who live a life of suffering. There is a lot of suffering In Africa. I like the work you do Bishop Eludi, helping bring hope to …

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Nov 20

Spreading love, sharing hope – Operation Christmas Child

Spreading Love 1

Recently we participated in Operation Christmas Child with the help of some very special guests from Laurel United Methodist Church. The children had the opportunity to put together gift boxes for children in various places around the world. We spoke about how this gift might be the first gift some of these children would receive …

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Jul 28

What’s a work and play day? St. Paul’s UMC gives an example

Work Play Day 2

I have fond memories of summer youth mission trips from my time as a youth pastor and associate pastor. Now, in my role as Intermountain’s chaplain, it is a great joy to host groups that want to support the work of Intermountain with their presence and passion for ministry. In my work with youth, I …

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