Reports for General Assembly Discernment on Kenya by Spalding Hurst | Feb 20, 2018 | 2 comments This content has restricted access, please type the password below for access. 2 Comments Evelyn Fugazzi on April 28, 2018 at 8:08 am I do not think we should begin an SCN Ministry in Kenya. But I have an idea to share if you wish to foster vocations there. If certain SCNs are willing to go there, let them minister and live with another congregation while there; these sisters should choose ministry that involves working with persons of an age that would coinside with being an age we would accept for membership. Another idea I have is to line up all the ministries we are now involved in including the Ministry Assistance Program where we donate money to keep other Ministries going. Separate these into like ministries such as those who assist in education of any kind, etc. During the assembly or later assign each list of ministries to a group and have them prioritize them from (“Most need our help”) to(“least need our help”. Leadership and members could use this information to determine whom we will be assisting as our numbers and assets deminish. Sister Ann Susan Villa on April 12, 2018 at 5:55 pm I strongly oppose the possibility of a mission in Kenya. Great risks involved…number of SCN’s who are willing to minister and the present age of our membership. We have a great deal to accomplish in our present missions and ministries. How are we going to sustain this mission in the future?