What will the mission project look like?
There will be an experiential educational piece, a hands on component, and an offering taken. The mission project will be woven into our graces, songs, Faith Discovery Groups and more!
- Each week campers can expect to learn some about Zimbabwe and the UCCZ as well as about the Holy Spirit and their faith.
- For the hands-on component of the Ukama Partnership Mission, campers are invited to bring items to make school kits for children in Zimbabwe. Items to bring to camp for school kits include pens, pencils, pencil sharpeners, erasers, small packets of crayons, writing pads, uninflated sport balls (soccer is a favorite game), gently used or new books that have been meaningful to your family, and Revised Standard Versions of the Bible (this version is used in Zimbabwean schools).
- The offering will be shared with the UCCZ to help provide scholarships to children for their school fees.
The mission project promises to bring new insights and continue to build strong relationships within the Ukama Partnership
To learn more, read the letter written by Rev. Michele Bagby Allan on behalf of the Ukama Partnership of the New Hampshire Conference of The United Church of Christ. You can visit the Ukama website for more information as well!