Spaces available on Nepal team

Posted by Roger Cooke on Thu, 28 Apr 2016 | 1 comments | Bookmark: digg this Post this to Post this to Facebook

CMSI recently launched a META (Mission Experience Team Abroad) to Nepal, which is scheduled for the first half of November. We’d love to see a few more folk, from different churches across Ireland, taking up this opportunity to visit our Global Partners and Mission Associates in Nepal and to see firsthand how Nepal is doing following the devastating earthquakes and political upheaval of 2015.

CMSI METAs are all about making connections, deepening understanding and learning from the global church. They provide a chance to experience life, culture, faith and mission in a different part of the world, while also deepening the relationships between Ireland and our Global Partners.

The Nepal 2016 META will spend time with HDCS, SD Church and the Zimmerman family in Kathmandu, as well as (hopefully) visiting some of programmes and initiatives associated with our Global Partners in other parts of Nepal.

We’d love to see a few more folk availing of this opportunity to visit Nepal – a beautiful and fascinating country where the church is growing exponentially as God transforms lives.

For further information about this opportunity, Contact the CMSI Offices.

Deadline for applications is Tuesday 24th May, with informal interviews to take place the following week and the first team training event scheduled for Saturday 18th June.


Janet Nelson said Tue, 03 May 2016 10:44AM
I have felt God's calling for a few years since my Husband passed very young at 54years old, just over 4 years ago. Then one of the members of our church, St Johns, Upper Kilwarlin gave a presentation on her mission trip. The school she visited was called Janet Junior and I just thought immediately "God really does work in mysterious ways". Yes, he is calling me to be able to help those I can. I am Mum to two wonderful grown up Sons, one who has been on two mission trips with Queens SU in Cuba. I am also Nannee to a beautiful Grand daughter Grace. I have worked with young children as a classroom assistant and feel if U can be of help in any way would love to see the work and help CMSI is giving to so many who have so little. Thankyou

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