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Doylestown Presbyterian Church
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Missionaries

PC(USA) missionaries are serving Christ in 71 countries around the world. They teach, plant new churches, provide health care, work on public health issues, hold up human rights, preach, evangelize, host mission teams from the United States, and much more. Doylestown Presbyterian Church is blessed to support two teams of missionaries who are serving as the hands and feet of Christ in Central and South America.

 

Jed Koball & Jenny Milagros, Peru

Missionaries PeruJed & Jenny are with Joining Hands, an initiative of the Presbyterian Hunger Program that works to address hunger's root causes in developing countries on a local level. They also work on global hunger issues with PC(USA) presbyteries and congregations. Jed and Jenny are with “Red Uniendo Manos Peru, ” the Helping Hands Network in Peru, which is made up of NGOs, like human rights groups and churches. The couple helps the network by carrying out its core program and serving as a connection between PC(USA) congregations and Uniendo Manos. To read more about Jed and Jenny, visit the Presbyterian Mission Agency's "Mission Connections page."

 Read their latest update here!

 

Justin & Renee Sundberg, Nicaragua

sundberg missionariesJustin and Renee Sundberg work with The Council of Evangelical Churches of Nicaragua (CEPAD), an organization that aims to improve the lives of economically impoverished communities by promoting justice and peace. As part of their work, they receive visiting groups from the States, coordinate their activities to reflect the priorities of CEPAD, set up in-country logistics, plan the educational program with delegation leaders, and lead reflections with people who visit. They also will facilitate partnership relationships between US churches and Nicaraguan churches and institutions. To read more about Justin and Renee, visit the Presbyterian Mission Agency's "Mission Connections page."

Read their latest update here!

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