Bridge the Gap

As a congregation we are committed to supporting the international mission work of the Uniting Church through our national relief and development unit known as, UnitingWorld.  A unique, challenging and really fun way we do this as a congregation is through our ‘Bridge the Gap’ program. In September 2016 an intrepid group of people will embark on a challenging trek through Sri Lanka to raise money to support children with disabilities to attend inclusive education units. Initiated by The Gap Uniting Church in partnership with UnitingWorld, the group will visit the Methodist Church in Sri Lanka and UnitingWorld projects.  They’ll then spend five days trekking through Sri Lanka's local farmland and forests, visiting traditional villages and sacred sites and witnessing the beauty of this largely unvisited country.   In 2015, a group of 12 people visited the projects we support in East Timor, followed up the dental ministry in East Timor and also trekked through the villages and up the largest peak in East Timor (Mount Ramelau). Dental Project     TCF    
  Me and my friends at primary school In 2014:  We had 12 participants (aged from 13 to 67 years old) visit projects we support in North India and were also be involved in a 5 day trek in the lower Himalayas.     Firsts family we visited        

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