• Kraig D. Pritts

Join Mission Trip 2021 from home...

Sunday morning, June 20 will begin what began two years ago, as we finally begin our travels to do God's work in the Gulf Coast area of Alabama. Our daytime hours will be filled with home renovation work to enable a family to return to a livable residence after years of being without a permanent home due to hurricane damage.

Our evening hours will be filled with R&R and time to sooth the sunburn and sore joints. Evenings will also provide time for participants to contact home and tell of the adventures encountered each day.

But our evenings will also include youth led devotionals each evening of our Mission Trip. Devotional Guides specifically for Mission Trip 2021 were prepared by Deborah Pritts and will be the guide for these devotional teams.

One way that our church family, and other family and friends from anywhere can experience Mission Trip 2021 will be through those devotionals. While you won't be physically present you may still share in the same daily devotionals.

For those attending worship, printed Mission Trip 2021 Devotional Guides will be available in the church narthex on June 20. Everyone can also download the same devotionals at then click on FORMS.

You can also check to see our location at this URL: This system will track my phone by my ham radio call sign (KA2LHO) anywhere we have cell service so as we travel, you can travel with us. And of course we will post photos and commentary on my Facebook page and the various Facebook pages related to St. Paul's.

We are excited about doing God's work and representing St. Paul's United Methodist Church in the Alabama-West Florida Conference. We hope you can join us in spirit through the options described herein.

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