An update on the earthquake and our opportunity to support relief efforts through donations and advocacy.Read more
Winter weather interferes with delivery of relief supplies to high elevations, but progress is being made. Health concerns and nutrition are priorities.Read more
The January mission story, "A Cup of Water to Drink" is from Salem UCC in Campbelltown, PA, and our partners in Lesotho, Africa and the February story, "Doing Together what cannot be done alone" is from recently retired missionary from Sri Lanka , Grace Bunker. Read more
CLEVELAND - Global Ministries, a common witness of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the United Church of Christ, held its board meeting in Cleveland, OH, November 9-13, 2005. At this meeting the board reflected upon the Global Ministries partnership through “Appreciative Inquiry,” discussed the steady decline of fully supported missionaries, celebrated the service of concluding and retiring missionaries, was trained as Ministries and Mission Interpreters, and approved the 2006 budget.Read more
In this season of Thanksgiving your thoughts and prayers take on a very special meaning to us as we continue to serve here at the "top of the world." Please "read on" to learn just a bit more about highlights here over the past months. Dale & Bethsaba Nafziger - NepalRead more
Anil Henry, India First of all, I would like to share with you all that, MUNGELI HIT THE NEWS. At the beginning of this month, there was an article that was written about our work in Mungeli. For those of you who have access to the United Church of Christ News this is on page A9, for those who do not, the URL is http://www.ucc.org/ucnews/nov05/mercy.htmRead more
Global Ministries has teamed with Habitat for Humanity to rebuild a village, which was destroyed by the tsunami, in the Aceh Province of Indonesia.Read more
As the AIDS pandemic in Africa has shown us, the spread of this disease in an impoverished area of the world can be swift and devastating. Currently, we have a small window of opportunity to engage in education and prevention programs that can exponentially reduce the number of people in Southern Asia who will live and die with AIDS.