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Church-Wide Mission to Las Malvinas PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert Krumrey   
Tuesday, 11 March 2014 13:49

malvinasWe are excited about year two of our relationship with the community of Las Malvinas.  It's a make shift community in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.  We served there last May by helping to build a water cistern that when completed will deliver clean drinking water to about 100 families.  Our hope is to be an ongoing blessing to this community and actually make a long term difference through our demonstration and proclamation of the gospel.  

This May we are taking 20 MHers to serve there again.  We'll be putting the finishing touches on the cistern as well as facilitating kids programs and improving the community's baseball field which looks more like a cow pasture.  While not everyone can go, everyone can participate by praying and giving.  We have a handful of people who plan to go but don't have the $800 to cover the airfare and other expenses.  We also need funds for project money once we get there.  Would you please consider giving to help with this trip.  You can put a designated check in the offering basket on Sunday or give ONLINE by putting your donation in the "mission trip" category.  So far we have enough money to scholarship one person.  

We'd also encourage you to pray for this trip.  Please pray for health and safety.  Pray for unity among the team that is going.  Pray for the people that go on the trip, that they would be matured as disciples of Jesus.  Also pray for Las Malvinas.  Pray that the gospel would be demonstrated by our work and proclaimed with our words.  While the material needs are great, spiritual needs are always at the heart of any and every struggle.  

Thank you for your willingness to participate in this trip by going or from a distance.  If you have any questions, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  

2013 Trip Video

Kevin explaining the Cistern Project

 
Mission MERCYhouse - March 18-20 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert Krumrey   
Monday, 10 March 2014 20:36

525698 10151427108114868 1080843931 nMission MERCYhouse will be from 10 AM - 5 PM Tuesday - Thursday of Spring Break Week. People interested in helping can sign up for specific tasks or times, or simply show up during the work times Tuesday - Thursday and jump into any task that is ongoing. Some of the task of that week will include, cleaning floors, stairwells, MH Kids area and the kitchen as well as some major cleaning out and hauling off of unneeded things in specific areas of the church.  If you have questions, contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  

 
Sunday - Spring Forward PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert Krumrey   
Saturday, 08 March 2014 17:25

The-clockHi Everyone, don't forget to move your clocks forward tonight by one hour!  See you in the morning.  

 
Mission Las Malvina - a Church-Wide Mission PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert Krumrey   
Saturday, 08 March 2014 17:09

malvinasLast May 18 MHers went to the city of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic to serve a small community of people known as Las Malvinas.  This small pocket of about 300 families represent some of the poorest people on the planet existing off of $2/day.  In our time there, we were able to install a cistern that will be able to deliver water to about 100 of those families.  This May we are going back and plan to put the finishing touches on the cistern project as well as engage in some other opportunities for demonstrating and proclaiming the gospel in the community. 

For this to continue this year and for years to come, we need everyone at MH to get involved.  Right now the trip is full with 20 people going.  This is just the beginning.  We need people to be praying for and giving toward the trip.  We estimate that it will cost about $10,000 to cover scholarships (for those who can go but can't pay), work project money, and the March scouting trip coming up next week.  Please prayerfully consider being involved at some level in order to make this happen.  

Find out more this Sunday (May 9th).  We'll have a short update on the trip from our trip leader Pedro and an opportunity after each service to find out more and ask questions.  If you can't make it this Sunday, contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  

 

 
Check out a Small Group this week PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert Krumrey   
Monday, 10 February 2014 17:40

studentlunchBecause of last week's snow storm small groups didn't get launched like we had hoped last week.  The good new is that you didn't miss anything and can start fresh this week.  Here's what we have available: 

Tuesday

Mens Boot Camp - 6:30pm First Floor

Wednesday

Womens Boot Camp - 6:30pm First Floor

Good and Beautiful God - 6:30pm First Floor

Faith Empowered - 6:30pm 451 S. Pleasant St. Amherst, MA

Thursday

Men's Breakfast Club discussing Revelation - 6:00am Bluebonnet Diner in Northampton

Married (or nearly married) group - 7:00pm 2 Berwyn St. South Hadley MA

Sunday

Community Group discussing Revelation - 3:00pm 44 Owen St. Amherst, MA

 

 

 
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