MissionCraft – A Summery Report from the Coordinator
This summer, Paul (Community Mission Coordinator) and Sheryl (his long-suffering wife), visited missions from Bremer to Jurien (+ Cheynes, Denmark, Augusta, Brookton & Cervantes between).
Altogether over 320 volunteers of all ages were involved in ministering to campers, holiday makers and town residents. All praise goes to the various cooks and Master Chefs in-the-making who cooked on equipment varying from gas burners and tiny chalet kitchens to full-blown shire hall modern kitchen facilities.
The Jurien Bay team trialled a new format this year with the children’s drama and bible activities being held in Dobbyn Park directly after their amazing beach games nearby. Their Minecraft theme was a huge hit with the kids – Sheryl witnessed an all out “war” on the beach with the children and mission team with wet sponges and lots of fun.
When the kids’ activities & café at Turner Caravan Park (Augusta) required a new location, a site on the edge of the river proved a great success with lounges to sit on and great fun and gospel moments shared with dozens of excited children & their parents.
Team members are taking a well-earned rest now as they recover some sleep and replenish their energy, ready for the year ahead.