2012 Mission Trip
Posted on Feb 20, 2012
A mission trip to El Salvador is being planned for approximately May 30 – June 7, 2012. Summerfield Church has a growing relationship with the Methodist Church in El Salvador. Pastor Jennifer has traveled to El Salvador on two occasions in 2005 and 2007, and our own District Superintendent is from El Salvador.
Salvadoran Mission Projects (SMP) is a partnership between the Evangelical Methodist Church in El Salvador and United Methodist Volunteers in Mission in the United States whose purpose is to improve the spiritual and physical lives of economically disadvantaged people living in El Salvador. SMP uses volunteers and funds provided by Evangelical Methodist Churches in El Salvador and United Methodist Churches in the US to build and repair church buildings, build and staff medical clinics, provide food for the hungry and build homes for people who do not have sufficient financial resources to obtain a home through any other program. More information is available at www.salvadoranmissionprojects.com.
Summerfield Church has been a partner with the oldest Methodist church in El Salvador since 2007. We have walked in solidarity and kept one another in prayer.
If you are interested in participating in a mission trip in 2012, please contact Pastor Jennifer in the church office at your earliest convenience. If you have been blessed tremendously this year by God, share that blessing. Commitments are due by March 1 and money is due in full by May 1, 2012, and we are so excited about having this opportunity for the first time.