Saturday, May 07, 2005

SPACE 2005 Summer Missions - Middle School

Today was a fun day having a photographer friend who also helps in our youth ministry take some pictures of the girls. We ended up at an awesome azelea farm, the flowers were almost in full bloom. A perfect day.

Below is the text for the info packet for the middle school trip. I don't think there are any GCC middle schoolers that read this...yet.
Photograph: The photographer, on the right, shooting a shot through the bushes of the girls, on the left.

Come and join other students from LC and impact more than yourself. LC will be going on a service oriented weekend to work and serve Christian Missionary Technical Services, a GCC supported missions support organization located in Bernsville, PA. (
CMTS serves missionaries around the world in three unique ways:
- A furlough loaner car program that provides transportation for missionaries for short term.
- A car purchase program that provides a buying service for used vehicles and procurement.
- By purchase or donation, of hospital, kitchen, office and shop equipment, and other specially needed items and assistance in the shipment of these goods overseas.

While at CMTS, you will be serving them in a variety of tangible ways, which may include:
- washing and detailing cars and trucks
- landscaping and general yard work
- painting and cleaning
This is not a retreat, but a significant opportunity to bless one of our own missionaries on our way as we impact the world.

Specific Dates
Departure Friday July 15 - 9am
Return Sunday July 17 - 3pm
Transportation via cars and church van.

Lead Team

Dorm style rooms on the property of CMTS.

Packing List
Bible and notebook
modest clothing
modest swimsuit
bathroom stuff
beach towel
closed toe shoes
work gloves
water bottle
sleeping bags

What Next?
1. Fill out and turn in your SPACE 2005 summer missions application by June 1st.
2. Include a $30 fee payable to Grace Community Church.
3. Plan to attend a mandatory team prep meeting on June 4 from 10am-3pm. (Location is still being determined.)

Tony Sheng

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