World Missions Announce their Back to School Lunch Fund Collection
As students around the world gear up for a new school year, please help us ensure that displaced children living in UN and government refugee camps in Northern Iraq receive adequate nutrition, which is critical for learning. Thousands of children live in these camps in very harsh conditions, often have little or no money for food, and are starving. If you are able, please consider making a gift to help provide nutritional resources necessary for their development and survival.
Feed a Child - Save their Future
A donation of $50 can feed a widow and her family for a month, but any amount can make a difference. Proper nourishment and a proper education could change the future of a child. Thank you for your prayers and consideration.
Click here to donate and select the Back to School subfund or checks, may be sent to:
The Episcopal Diocese of West Texas
111 Torcido Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78209
Please write Back to School on the memo line.
Also, Make Plans to Join World Missions for their 2022 Symposium, "Mobilizing Your Church for World Missions".
Please join World Missions for Mobilizing Your Church for World Missions, an annual symposium featuring a lively group of informative speakers on Saturday, September 10, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. in the Mission Room of the Chapel House at the Bishop Jones Center, 111 Torcido in San Antonio.
The event, now in its 18th year, will feature a group of informative and lively speakers, including the Rev. Joe Hubbard and the Rev. Leon Sampson from the Episcopal Diocese of Navajoland, the Rt. Rev. Pons Ozelle from the Nebbi Anglican Diocese in Uganda, as well as the Rev. Jay George from Grace Church in San Antonio, and the Rev. Mike Michie of St. Thomas Church will present the homily.
The cost is $25 per person and includes all materials and a catered lunch from Broadway Daily Bread Bakery. A shortened online version will also be available for a $10 contribution to World Missions.
Click here to register.