In the last days of camp, students painted more houses for people in need, weeded the Paducah floodwall, and swam at Dixon Springs State Park in Golconda, IL.
Tuesday was all about scraping and painting for people in need.
Click the image to see photos from Monday! Students worked with scraped paint and cleared out weeds with MidTown Alliance of Neighbors, sanded a wheelchair ramp for a local woman, and helped get… Continue reading
Last night, Lone Oak UMC hosted dinner. Camper Brianna Spencer, from Alamo UMC, told them about her day at PUMP.
Campers are settled in their rooms, and ready for a big day of volunteering in Paducah. Say ‘hello’ to the teams that will be blessing the city this week! … Continue reading
Camp is almost here! You’ll be painting and working outside a lot, so make sure you’ve got everything you need: Mosquito spray Suggested spending money: $30 (There will be time to visit Etcetera… Continue reading
From July 16-21, PUMP campers will put down their phones and explore a new kind of call. The 2017 Paducah Urban Mission Plunge will delve into John 3:1a, which says, “See what kind of… Continue reading
Are you ready for another year of the Paducah Urban Mission Plunge? Get out your calendar and mark off July 16-21. We’re reverting back to the Sunday through Friday camp schedule, and we’re in… Continue reading
Luke Massongill, 13 from Ripley First UMC, talks about his favorite mission site.
My experience during this long and exhilarating weekend included my mission team traveling to the Merryman House. For those who don’t know of this place, it is a housing area for people who have suffered from domestic… Continue reading