Hands-on Mission kits for Africa valued at $215,681

Hands-on Mission kits for Africa valued at $215,681

The Rev. Tom Hancock (left), Missions Team chair, announces the Hands-on Mission Project totals while the Rev. Mike Sluder, Holston director of connectional ministries director, listens.

LAKE JUNALUSKA, N.C. (June 11, 2018) -- Bishop Dindy Taylor blessed four trucks full of food, health, and school supplies bound for Zimbabwe and Liberia today.

Holston churches have collected the supplies for weeks -- as they have for the last two decades -- for the annual "Hands-on Mission Project."

The Rev. Tom Hancock, Holston missions chair, announced that the total value of this year's collection is $215,681.

See complete list of totals by district in document below.



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