Tuesday Trips Highlight – June 25

WOW! Its going to be a busy week in our 410 Bridge communities in Kenya and Haiti! We have SEVEN teams on the ground in communities this week!

Team 1: Newspring Church (Anderson SC) will have a team of THIRTY people in Segera Kenya

Team 2: Philadelphia UMC (Ft Mill SC) will be in Kiria Kenya

Team 3: Christ Community Church ( Sumter SC) will be in Kawira Kenya

Team 4: Prairie Lakes Church – (Cedar Falls, Iowa) is traveling to Kwambekenya Kenya

Team 5: Oak Bridge Church (St Louis, MO) will begin pit latrines alongside the community  in Chadirac, Haiti

Team 6: 12Stone Church (Lawrenceville GA) will be taking a high school group to Chadirac Haiti

and

Team 7: an Open trip of deaf teachers will be traveling to Leveque Haiti to teach deaf teachers. Teachers teaching teachers! This team consists of deaf teachers from Stuart FL, Frostproof FL, Knoxville TN, Boise ID and St Augustine FL

Please pray for our staff as they navigate the logistics of so much awesomeness this week and for the teams that their time will be relational, transformational and productive!

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