Mission kits from Holston churches arrive in Liberia

Mission kits from Holston churches arrive in Liberia

Food, school, health and medical supplies sent by Holston Conference churches are unloaded at the Liberia Annual Conference's central office in Monrovia.

Helen Roberts-Evans, United Methodist missionary, reports that the "Hands-on Mission Project" kits collected by Holston churches this spring arrived in Monrovia, Liberia.

A recent newsletter from Roberts-Evans expresses gratitude to Holston for the "much anticipated" food, school, health and medical supplies.

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Annette Spence

Annette Spence is editor of The Call, the Holston Conference newsletter.

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