St. Paul's United Methodist Church
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Outreach Beyond Our Community
St. Paul's Mission Ministry Team sponsors a variety of hands-on mission opportunities locally and internationally. The congregation also has a long history of missionary sponsorship.
Rwanda, Africa Mission
Nicaragua Mission Trips
View the photos and stories from previous Nicaragua Mission Trips:
Youth Mission Trip to Mountain T.O.P.
Mountain T.O.P. is an Interdenominational Christian Mission, affiliated with the Tennessee Conference of the United Methodist Church, dedicated to rural life ministry in the Cumberland Mountains of Tennessee. More information can be found on the Youth Ministries page or on the Mountain T.O.P. website.
"Give Ye Them to Eat" Mission Trip to Mexico
Give Ye Them to Eat was founded in 1977 as a social outreach project of the Methodist Church of Mexico to combat hunger and poverty in the rural sector. The purpose of the "Give Ye Them to Eat" program (GYTTE) is to strengthen the capabilities of marginalized people and communities to meet their basic needs, and to determine and sustain a just and integrated development process.
You are invited - October 9-18, 2009
You are invited to join a work/study team traveling to the "Give Ye Them to Eat" training center in Puebla, Mexico. Central PA has been sending teams to "GYTTE" for more than 15 years. You will learn, work, tour, and shop in the city of Puebla and at the training center in the village of Tlancualpican! Most importantly, you will be sharing the love of Christ with our brothers and sisters in Mexico. We love having folks with contruction-related skills BUT NO SPECIAL SKILLS ARE REQUIRED. The cost is $1,400, including all meals, lodging and transportation. You must be at least 18 years of age and in reasonably good health. For more information, contact Rev. Marian Hartman at 570-724-3138. Pastors can receive 3.3 CEUs.
GYTTE Additional Information [Word doc]
GYTTE Application Form [Word doc]
To learn about more Volunteers in Missions Opportunities, visit the UMVIM website.