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Hope for South Sudan | Projects & People

Programs/Projects in South Sudan


  • ~Hope for the Children of South Sudan - General gifts provide for the overall ministry in South Sudan to allow our missionaries to respond to the various needs that arise in areas of most urgent need.

  • ~Provide support for our missionaries, Fred & Libby Dearing

  • ~Agriculture

  • ~Pastor's Salaries
  • ~Church Worship Needs - Bibles, UMC resources
  • ~Church Building
  • ~Educational Needs - supplies, teacher salaries, tuition
  • ~Scholarships
  • ~Health & Wholeness
  • ~GRACE Home - general up-keep, supplies
  • ~GRACE Home - Adopt a Child
  • ~Sanitation
  • ~DISTRICT Support - Contact your district office.

    • *Chattanooga District - support for Ligitolo
    • *Kingsport District - support for Giru
    • *Knoxville District - support for Logo


Provide needed assistance for Holston's South Sudan Projects.
Make a donation online.

 

Websites for more information:
www.imaginenomalaria.org
www.Invisiblechildren.com
www.gbgm-umc.org
www.umcor.org
www.umvim.org

Read about Projects & People in this story from The Call

No Ebola in South Sudan, but mission leaders taking precautions

As fear of Ebola rises, Holston mission leaders are stressing that during this current outbreak, no cases of the virus have been reported in East Africa, where South Sudan is located. However, Holston leaders are ...

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