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Click on the CALENDAR then June 2016 to find the details for this event.
Announcements CHURCH VISITS Summer Camp begins in just 36 days! We want to make sure that the children, youth, and adults in your church know all about the life-changing opportunities that await them at Sumatanga. Our Sumatanga staff and Ambassadors are waiting to come and visit your church and share all about summer camp. We'd love to be a part of your Wednesday evening program, your youth group gatherings, your church leadership meeting, and your children's ministry event. ...
NOMADS, it's time to pay your membership dues for 2016-2017. Our dues year ends each March 31st. Active members (planning to work projects) dues are $40 per person/$80 per couple, per year. Alumni (non-active, no projects) dues are $10 per person/$20 per couple, per year. Login and click on DUES-MEMBERSHIP STATUS to see when you last paid and when your dues are next due. And click on PAY DUES NOW there if you wish to pay with a credit card. You can also mail a check to NOMADS, P.O. Box ...
Click on the link below to read the February 3rd, 2016 article in the Copper Basin News of Kearny, Arizona, about the NOMADS who were there on project this winter. http://www.copperarea.com/pages/nomads-visit-kearny/
The staff at the Bashor Children's Home in Goshen, Indiana have awarded the United Methodist NOMADS as their Volunteers of the Year. NOMADS will be recognized at a banquet on the evening of March 18th. Thanks, NOMADS, for making such a great impression and for creating a wonderful relationship with Bashor Children's Home during their first NOMADS project this past August.
NOMADS will be recognized during a luncheon with the Kiwanis club on February 24th and a banquet on Saturday, March 5th by the Chamber of Commerce, for an estimated 10,000 hours of community service in Taft, Texas since first coming here in 2005. Congratulations go out to all of those Nomads that have worked so hard in Taft. It is believed most of the current team will be in attendance at the banquet to speak for all Nomads. As one church member said "I want to be a Nomad when I grow up."
A group of NOMADS in Texas this month set up a booth to raise awareness about NOMADS, at the Gateway RV Park Craft Show in Raymondville, Texas. Our thanks to the Lakies, Schuylers, Goods and Reeders for talking to prospective new NOMADS there. Also pictured is Willacy County sheriff Larry Spence.
Click on the link below to read the article on NOMADS, the "Ministry of the Month" at the Touring Camper: https://www.thetouringcamper.com/ministry-of-the-month-nomads/
Visit the Independent Sector's website to view the latest on the value of volunteer hours: https://www.independentsector.org/volunteer_time
Our NOMADS will be travelling from their period 1 projects on to period 2 locations this weekend, so will you please lift them up with your prayerful support?