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Open Hearts, Open Arms, Open Minds

Contact Information

Phone: (860) 668-1661
Fax: (860)668-6126

Email:
office@secondbaptistsuffield.org

Location:

100 N Main St
Suffield, CT 06078

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Weekly Schedule
January 18-25, 2015

Sunday, January 18

  • 9:00 am Adult Ed. / KFC
  • 10:00 am Worship
  • 11:15 am Fellowship Time
  • 11:30 am Membership Class
  • 11:45 am Music Committee
  • 4:00 pm MLK Jr. Service
  • 5:30 pm Order of the Arrow
  • 6:30 pm Youth Group
  • 7:00 pm Venture Scouts

Monday, January 19
 MLK Jr. Day - Office Closed

  • 4:00 pm Santi / Nichols Wedding

Tuesday, January 20

  • 2:15 pm Helping Hands
  • 7:00 pm Missions
  • 7:00 pm Boy Scouts

Wednesday, January 21

  • 12:30 pm Calling Committee
  • 7:00 pm Making Sense of the Bible

Thursday, January 22

  • 6:15 pm Handbell Rehearsal
  • 7:15 pm Adult Choir Rehearsal

Friday, January 23

  • 12:00 pm FFFolders

Saturday, January 24

Sunday, January 25

  • 9:00 am Adult Ed / KFC
  • 10:00 am Worship
  • 11:15 am SBC Annual Meeting
  • 6:00 pm Peace Gathering
  • 6:30 pm Book Group
  • 6:30 pm Youth Group
  • 7:00 pm Venture Scouts

Cindy Smith Reaches Out to Churches in Medical Ministry

war_89We are safe and happy. I am working at different "clinics" everyday,in the pharmacy doling out meds with other women. The conditions are stark and far from sanitary, but the work seems to be appreciated. The past two days we have been working in churches with no electricity and no plumbing. We hand out parasite meds to everyone and everything from antibiotics to pains relievers - whatever we have. Each patient in weighed and a BP is taken, is then seen by a doctor and the goes to health education to learn how to better care for themselves and to learn how to take their meds. They are also told aboutthe Lord.

Robyn is working on the OR team as an interpreter for an OB/GYN from York, PA about 1/2 hour from Messiah. Today she is scheduled to observe a hysterectomy. Yesterday her team did some consults and set up the operating room. They are working out of a hospital that usually just does minor procedures. They use agenerator for electricity. There are 2 other American collegestudents who will stay on with Robyn for the next trip.

We are staying at a "camp" that overlooks the ocean, which is about 3 miles away. 24 women sleep in one room on 12 bunk beds with ceiling fans, 2 working toilets and 4 showers, 2 of which have more than a dribble. There is agreat breeze on the 2nd floor balcony.

I love you and miss you very much. We may get to town tomorrow. if so I'll call or e-mail again tomorrow.

Love,

Cindy