The 12th Annual Missions Fest is coming to Westminster Chapel in Bellevue this October 13th and 14th. The conference theme for 2017 is “From Nations To Neighbors” – Loving my community – transforming our world.
We hope to see you and as many of your 4th-12th grade students as possible at the free Friday Field Trip that occurs from 10am to 2pm on Friday October 13th. All public, private, and home schooled students are welcome to attend. This year’s Friday Field Trip is co-sponsored by Children of the Nations: “Raising children who transform nations in Sierra Leone, Malawi, Uganda, the Dominican Republic and Haiti.”
During the Friday Field Trip, we will have a display for all of the children to go through called, “Day in the Life of a Starving Child.” The five interactive stations of this display allow young and old to grasp the stark realities of the developing world while providing hope for what God is doing in and through people. Below is an example of this display.
We also will have a SmilePack relay as the Missions Project this year as those coming will have the opportunity to pack hygiene and school supplies for our children in Africa and the Caribbean.
These are just two examples of the amazing events to come on Friday, October 13. Please sign up at your earliest convenience and remind the kids to bring their own lunches for the day. Let us know if you have any questions!
Please register to attend–fill out the form below.
For more information about the Friday Field Trip contact Jim Barker at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 360-710-4421.
Chair, Missions Fest Seattle
Friday Field Trip