Mormon Helping Hands - Dar es Salaam - August 15, 2015
The Dar es Salaam District Missionaries. Fun and hard-working. So willing to do anything that is needed.
WE SO ENJOY BEING WITH THE MISSIONARIES!!!!
From left to right: Elders Lopeyok and Arudo, Elder and Sister Wilson, Elder and Sister Smith, Sister Mayoli and Alinyo, and Elders Harvey and Nkhoma. They have so much fun but when they do training at District Development Meeting, they rise to the occasion. At the end of a meeting you feel a need to go home and study some more, work harder, love more and serve better.
Every year the Dar es Salaam District finds a large project to do with Mormon Helping Hands. This year they chose a hospital. There is a very large Government owned hospital that required a great deal of cleaning around the hospital grounds. Members brought their own tools, shovels, rakes, brooms, pitchforks, and of course pass along cards. We have been told there were about 120 volunteers. They worked the whole morning and got a great deal accomplished. Many hands make light work.
ElderArudo Elder Lopeyok and friend waiting for area assignment for work!
What a joy it is to be able to serve side by side with the members of this district. I saw several people stop to read the sign that was placed in the center park area of the hospital grounds. It is a quiet place where visitors and family members can go for quiet reflection.