YOUNG ADULT MISSIONARIES SERVING IN AND/OR FROM THE WESTERN JURISDICTION
Young adults, ages 20 to 35, have the opportunity to serve as missionaries in a variety of ways through the United Methodist Church. Two of these ways are through the Mission Intern program and the US-2 program.
The Mission Intern program allows young adults to serve for a total of 3 years. They spend one and half years serving at an international location and another year and half serving in the same area of ministry here in the United States.
The US-2 program lets young adults to serve for 2 years at a location in the United States.
Let us keep these young adults in our prayers. To find contact these young adult missionaries and to find out more about ways young adults can serve, contact Heather Wilson at email@example.com. Thank you!
Pictured above Young Adult missionary US-2 Ashley Rosser from Cal-Pac serving in Fargo, ND.
Other Young Adult Missionaries not pictured:
Margorie Hurder from Louisina serving at Crossroads Urban Center, Salt Lake City, UT
Brinna Kolitz from New York serving in Billings, MT
Camille Duhon from Cal-Pac serving in Urbana, IL
Kathryn Monfortte from Illinios Great Rivers serving in Honolulu, HI
Rachel Keller from New York serving in Seattle, WA and Cape Town, South Africa
Christopher Steppe from Virginia serving in Nome, Alaska
Stephanie Kimec from Virginia serving in Echo Park, CA
Rachel DeBose from Cal-Pac serving in Miami, FL