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Our period 1 project participants are on their way to projects this week, so please lift them up and pray for safe arrivals for ALL our travelling missionaries!
From Period 13 Agency Evaluations, just a few of the many wonderful comments: SIFAT “As always the quality and quantity of the work done by the NOMADS was outstanding. First UMC T or C “This was an incredibly hard working team.” Midwest Mission “The group was wonderful help….worked together very well….enjoyed numerous social and group activities together. It was a wonderful bonding experience for them as well as the staff at MMDC.” Lake Junaluska “Very nice group, leaders were great, ...
NOMADS help at Blue Lake Posted By Brittany DeLong On November 15, 2014 (12:00 am) In Lifestyles The NOMADS are back visiting Blue Lake Camp and volunteering their time to makes some much-needed repairs and improvements to the facility. NOMADS is a mission outreach program that is specific to individuals or couples with RVs who travel the country volunteering services to United Methodist Church related organizations. “NOMADS are mostly retired people who have RVs and in exchange for us working...
Mike " Sarge" Leonard selected as new Mount Eagle executive director The board of trustees for Mount Eagle Retreat Center, the United Methodist ministry near Clinton, Ark., has named Mike “Sarge” Leonard as the center’s new executive director. Leonard will succeed the Rev. Lu Harding, who is retiring at the end of 2014. Leonard has worked in camping and retreat ministries for 10 years, and is currently pursuing certification in Camping and Retreat Ministry from Methodist-related Drew ...
We have teams travelling, as they finish period 7 today, and for some NOMADS, they're on their way to period 8 projects in Salem Township, Maine, Rollins, Montana or in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We give thanks to our leaders, the Cheneys, Hatchers and Watkins, for their coordination for these teams. And our DR teams can change weekly, so we have folks moving about to Moore, Oklahoma and Minot, North Dakota. Please continue to lift us up with your prayers as we travel the roads and serve those in need. ...
It's time now to apply for your WINTER (Jan-Mar) or SPRING (Apr-May) 2015 NOMADS project. Will you have NOMADS return next year? NOMADS plan well ahead, so please make application soon! If you have never had a NOMADS project but are a United Methodist organization who wishes to get on the NOMADS schedule in 2015, please click on REQUEST HELP to fill out the new agency application and get started toward a NOMADS project in 2015. Contact the NOMADS office for assistance at email@example.com...
Several projects need our assistance! If you are available to join us in Whittier, CA, North Webster, IN, Leitchfield, KY, or Lake Junaluska, NC, please login and signup, or contact the NOMADS office for assistance. Partial signups would also likely be taken at this time, with team leader agreement, if you're not available for the full 3 weeks.
Due to health or other complications, we have two new opening on projects that started today, for 3 week projects for Lake Junaluska Assembly in Lake Junaluska, North Carolina, and for St. Pauls UMC in Ripley, Mississippi. NOMADS, contact the office if you can help us with either of these new openings, on projects that have alot of work lined up for us.
On Monday, March 31, our period 5 projects begin and our NOMADS are on there way to those agencies in need. The parts of the country where we'll be serving begins to vary, now that winter is mostly behind us. We have teams this period in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Tennessee.
Eleven teams, totalling approximately 115 NOMADS, are on their way to projects late this week, at locations in the southern part of the U.S. Projects this period are located in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Texas.