Coffee House Benefits Mission Trip 

March 20, 2018

Come to the Coffee House event, 5 pm, Saturday, March 24 for fun, food, entertainment and dessert dash – all to support Plymouth Youth Forum as they prepare to embark on their 2018 Mission Trip.

Dinner ($10/adults and $5 for kids 10 and under) starts at 5 pm, followed by dessert dash and talent show, in Hildebrand Hall. Sign up here to perform or bring a dessert - https://tinyurl.com/2018YFCoffeeHouse

April 11 – 15, YF travels to The Campbell Farm on the Yakima Indian Reservation. They will build community with residents and other program participants, provide direct service through the Campbell Farm youth and service programs and Northwest Harvest Food Bank and explore their own faith journeys. This year, YF curriculum focuses on intersectionality, gender justice, immigration reform and connecting our faith journeys and traditions to our work for justice. We hope this journey enables us to bring all these lessons together. Learn more about Campbell Farm here: https://www.thecampbellfarm.org/about-us

“As a small Conference and retreat center, we provide opportunities for a diversity of people, churches and organizations to get to know each other, dialogue on issues of local and global concern and take action for peace and justice. As we walk with our neighbors, we seek to build bridges of understanding between multiple cultures. The Yakima Reservation is comprised of a diversity of cultures. Each culture has its own history, struggles and gifts that add to the wonder of this land. Mindful of the hospitality of God and the First People of this land we seek to be good stewards to the earth and animals. We seek to show the cycles of a sustainable farming system through hands on interactions with organic gardens, farm animals and compost piles."



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