Malawi Pilgrimage 2019
Fourteen participants including youth aged 13-16 and their adult partners from five congregations (Bower Hill, Crafton Heights, East Liberty, Sampson’s Mills, and Sewickley)
spent much of the spring preparing for this venture that was designed to help them consider who they are as God’s children, explore how they are connected to our siblings in Christ around the world,
and wonder at how they might empower youth to grow as leaders in the context of partnership.
The whole trip, from July 2-18, was chronicled in a blog written by Pastor Dave Carver.
Click here to learn more about what they mean by “pilgrimage.”
After the two-week journey was over, Dave stayed in Africa and went with key representatives of Blantyre Synod to visit our mutual partners in the South Sudan Presbyterian Evangelical Church.
This ground-breaking tripartite partnership is poised to yield a great deal of fruit, particularly in regard to the trans-African portion.
Click here to read more!