Cross-cultural and Justice Exploration in Southeast Colorado

Cross-cultural and Justice Exploration in Southeast Colorado

It’s not too late to sign up for the mission trip, May 31- June 3.  This Cross-cultural and Justice Exploration in Southeast Colorado is a way youth and adults serve and see God in the world beyond their front doors.  Jesus cared for the vulnerable and asked us to open our eyes to all people especially those who have suffered injustice and with whom we need to repair relationships. This mission and cross-cultural trip will be an opportunity to learn about our history as Methodists, Americans, Coloradans, and Christians.  We’re working at Camp Amache, Limon UMC, fire-damaged riverbanks of La Veta, Pueblo’s Los Pobres storehouse, and visiting the Sand Creek Massacre Site, Bent’s Old Fort, and the Great Sand Dunes.

Participants can come for the whole time or just a day or two since we’re staying close.  Total cost is about $125 and scholarships are available.

Please contact Pastor Sarah by May 15 if you’re interested.

Mountain View UMC

We believe you will be impressed by the passion, authenticity and diversity of this sacred community.