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International Outreach

CUMC's ministry to countries all over the world spans from Honduras in Central America to the jungles of the Congo.  We have a rich history in serving outside our local neighborhood to those in far-away places. Some of our International Outreach includes: 

The Leadership Center and HIBS (Honduras International Bi-lingual School)  -  In 2001 our former Minister, Rev. Glen Evans, launched a women's college in Honduras, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.The Leadership Center is the first English-speaking college in Honduras and the first residential college for women who come from poor families and attend tuition free. In the last few years, Glen has established an elementary school in Quimistan where 104 students are currently enrolled in this Christian school.  In February 2017, a mission team traveled to HIBS to learn more about the school, spend time with teachers, students and their families.   

 Learn more:  www.artforhumanity.org

Stop Hunger Now - As part of a global initiative through the Methodist Church, CUMC participates with others world wide to change the world. Our next packageing session will be March 11 with two shifts (10-12 & 12-2)   We will be bagging 20,000 meals of rice and seasonings to be sent to a third world country in time of need. Join us by signing up on the Home page under Stop Hunger now.   We need you!    

Congo - Wings of Caring Ministry - Jacques and Valentine Umembudi are a couple that provides a way for those in the deepest part of Africa to receive help with medical attention and humanitarian relief when there is no other way to reach them. This important ministry has worked tirelessly to transport supplies, services and relief in the Congo. 

Liberia -  From providing funds to build a Palaver Hut for gatherings of the seniors in Monrovia to supporting a nursing student receiving an education, our church works to make a difference in this war torn country through various fundraising efforts. 

 

 

 

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