Rural Mission News

Bethel UMC Shares Their Love for Rural Mission

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Earlier this summer, the South Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Women was at Rural Mission doing some service work. We welcomed Bethel UMC today as they gave their love to Rural Mission.  Thank you Will and Joyce Felts; Ellen and Tommy Davis; Ann Rustin; Mary Frances Lundy and Ken Bolin.  Here are some pictures from their labor of love. ...

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Seafood Jamboree at Rural Mission

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Volunteers from Heathwood Hall Episcopal School, an independent coeducational college preparatory school in Columbia, South Carolina, joined us in May. They have been coming to Rural Mission prior to their graduation for more than 25 years and have always done such a great job for us! We also had a group of adults from First UMC, Morristown, TN. They have also done a magnificent job with the projects they have worked on for us. These two groups enjoyed a Seafood Jamboree at Rural Mission on their last evening here. Pictures of Heathwood Hall Episcopal School, Columbia, SC and First UMC,...

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Lowcountry Giving Day 2016

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Dear Friends, Hallelujah and Praise the Lord! My prayer always is that God is doing some very special things with you and your family. We appreciate all you have shared with us during the years. We are asking you to help us continue to provide needed human services to God’s children. The Low Country Day of Giving is upon us again, this year, it is Tuesday, May 3, 2016.  There are so many families who are currently living in some very depressing conditions as a result of their battered homes. The storm and flood which we had in October did not help at all….it made it worst. We are...

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Sea Island Luncheon 2016

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Enjoy our photos from the Sea Island Interagency Luncheon held on January 29, 2016.

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Wading in the Water at Rural Mission

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We Wouldn’t Be Where We Are Today Without Our Volunteers

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We are thankful for the variety of volunteers that come each year to help the people of the Sea Islands and the Lowcountry. Our ‘family’ of 36 adult senior volunteers form Indiana are continuing 30 years of doing work of the Father for families in need of help. We are so grateful for them and appreciate their hard work after the tornado hit Johns Island. We offer our prayers and thanks for all that they do. God bless each one of them. For more on the...

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