On the evening of March 29, 2015, Super Typhoon Maysak battered the islands of Chuuk, demolishing up to 95% of tin houses on the island leaving hundreds of people homeless and killing at least five people. Our hearts and prayers go out to our loved ones that have been affected by this destructive super typhoon.
In response, MOMUSA is sponsoring a "We Care" Relief Drive in the hopes of collecting items that could be donated to help our Micronesian people in need.
Special thank you to Mr. Len Isotoff and the Matson Shipping Line for providing us with a 40ft container for this community effort.
The container is situated on the William Carey Campus in Pasadena, California, address: 1539 E Howard St, Pasadena, CA 91104. Donations that are collected in San Diego will be transported up to Pasadena. For San Diego residence, call us at (619)537-9236 for drop off location.
We are accepting the following donations:
501 C3 Tax write-off will be provided upon request. Make check payable to MOMUSA or electronically transmit via Money Gram, Western Union, or PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org. All monetary donations will be used towards the purchasing of water and non-perishable food.
Click on the "We Care Flyer" link to download the Flyer: WE CARE FLYER . Please feel free to download, print, email, text or post on your fb. Thank you for helping us disseminate the flyer.
MOMUSA truly acknowledges the effort and dedication by everyone that supports this relief effort. Thanks to our families of San Diego, Pasadena and Ontario, Pastor Joe Rhodes and the New Hope Church in Penasquitos, Pastor Curt Grandi and the Southwest Baptist Church in Imperial Beach, our friend Pastor Ross Shepherd from the California Southern Baptist Convention, Mike and Asi Pangelinan from Arizona, our friends Lipan and Anne Welle, our American friends Flora Furlong from Santa Barbara and Mr. and Mrs. Sven Beck from Poway, San Diego. Your roles and dedications have made this relief effort a success.
The church sign which had been laying flat on the ground for several months had finally been erected and restored. The two wooden posts from each end that supported the heavy sign got rotten and apparently a strong wind knocked the sign down. Thanks to Karl and Suva who joined up with a few guys from the morning service for restoring the sign. Job well done guys!
The cut-off date for accepting donations has been set for May 7, 2015. We will be making another delivery from San Diego this coming Friday, April 1, 2015. Please call if you wish for us to pick up your donations.
We will be hosting a fundraising event at the Coral Innovation Center in Pasadena, California on May 23, 2015. All proceedings will be used towards financing of the Annual Summer Sports Ministry this coming July 24 to 26, 2015. Come join the fun and fellowship among fellow islanders. For directions and additional info, you may email us at email@example.com or call 619.537.9236. See you there!
This year will mark the 20th anniversary of this exciting and growing sports ministry event. If you haven't been to this event, do yourself a favor and come experience the great sports, worship time and fellowship among fellow island brothers and sisters. Work is in progress but for now, for the first time in its history, we have moved the dates from the weekend of July 4th to July 24 - 26. Stay tuned for more updates to be followed soon. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us @ (619)537-9236. See you this Summer!
Please keep us in prayer for revelation of where and when God wants to send us this summer.
The annual summer camp in August is always an exciting time of the year the family looks forward to. Detail will be posted up as soon as we secure the location. Hope you could join us this year.
Killeen, Texas (May 3-4, 2014) - Texas Island Gathering was a success. Spending time reminiscing on the morning after my wife and I reached home safely, I wanted to give all the praises and thanksgiving to our loving heavenly father for his protection and guidance through out the trip. We left Ontario, CA Thursday evening and finally caught up with Yino and Emily in Copperas Cove, TX after a long 24-hour sleep deprived journey. Upon arrival late Friday evening we were received and warmly welcomed by the hosting group along with other participants from Reno at the beautiful residence of Dominic Funug and his lovely wife Wendy. The hosting group provided such hospitable environment throughout our stay and may God bless you for that.
The next day, everyone was invited to meet up at the Island View Pavilion on Simmons Road in Belton. The venue provided a prominent feature where breeze coming from the adjacent lake kept the temperature moderately tolerable on a warm day. The isolation of the venue also eliminated any possible distractions. We were able to play loud music and BBQ without disturbing the neighbors.
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