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We are adding projects to our schedule for the first half of 2013, and NOMADS are already signing on for them. If you're interested in hosting NOMADS during Winter 2013, please make application soon. The earliest applicants will most likely garner signups, and later or last minute project applicants may not. We will post a similar number of projects each period as is typical for us, so if you're interested in a particular time frame, please apply early to be sure you can get that timing (if ...
Click on this link to read the latest about the Camp Fontanelle NOMADS project, completed May 31st, 2012. www.umcneb.org/enewsletterarchives/detail/83#NOMADS_wander_into_Nebraska
NOMADS, please login and check out the May quarterly newsletter, hot off the press!
Pecatonica, Illinois will be the location of the NOMADS Annual gathering together, September 2-6, 2013. More details to come!
Click on this link to the Mansfield News Journal online, for an article after the recent NOMADS project for Blue Rose Mission. www.mansfieldnewsjournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article
Special thanks to Arlin and Sue Kiel for sharing their photos of the Disaster Releif work from Haley, Alabamna. To view their photos, please click here.
Photos of the disaster rebuild completed in Vandemere, North Carolina are now available here. Special thanks to Dottie and Larry Mathis from Lancaster, PA for documenting the work on their blog, Dancing Dottie.
Registration information will be available in mid-June, so please plan to join us in Hamburg, New York for our Annual Meeting and Reunion. There will be plenty of fellowship, entertainment, workshops, business discussions and more. So we hope to see you in beautiful New York state this fall!
Please pray for the NOMADS Fall/Winter Disaster Rebuilding RTPs. The NOMADS have been invited to help rebuild after disasters in Cordova, AL, Haleyville, AL, and Bastrop, Texas. Each project is unique and your prayers are needed. The Cordova project focuses on rebuilding at the Cordova Long United Methodist Church which was destroyed by an EF-4 tornado on April 27, 2011. Work will center on classrooms, kitchen, bathrooms and fellowship hall. The Haleyville, AL project is a continuation of ...
Praise God. This marks the conclusion of the NOMADS Disaster Rebuilding Spring RTP in Haleyville, AL and Vandemere, NC. God has been so good and shown His guidance in many ways in these locations. Thank you to the NOMADS who committed themselves to being Jesus' hands and feet in these communities. At Haleyville, 48 members worked on this project over 14 weeks and contributed approximately 2888 hours of love-labor. At, Vandemere, 44 members worked on this project over 12 weeks and contributed ...