Friendship churches to host two missionaries this month in public presentations

Friendship area residents have two opportunities in June to learn about the work of missionaries in different parts of the world during public presentations, with free meals.

Next Wednesday, June 12, the Just Do It! women’s missions group of the United Church of Friendship will host Don Little of Houghton, a ministry consultant for the mission organization Pioneers, in which he encourages, counsels, and trains missionaries around the world.

Little also is a co-founder and director of the Lilias Trotter Center and has a life focus on discipling people to be all that they can be in God and to mobilize, train and mentor men and women to a life of loving Muslims.

The missionary enjoys “investing deeply in people so as to help them be fruitful and healthy in God.”

A luncheon, followed by the presentation, starts at noon at Carter House Ministry Center, 137 East Main Street.

Further information is available from Anita Baird Jones at ajmbaird@aol.com or (585) 808-1300.

On Saturday, June 29, a Western New York missionary, unidentified due to the work he often is involved with in the Far East, will discuss difficulties with Christian mission activities during COVID, along with his views of the future of Christianity in that region, during the 11AM weekly service at the Followers of the Way – Nile Community Church.

The session, at 4094 State Route 275, will be followed by a free community dinner.

Further information is available at kpalm8780@gmail.com or (585) 259-2989.

Note: The original description of this Wednesday, has been corrected to next Wednesday, June 12.