Mennonite Voluntary Service webinar

Friday, May 24, 2019

Watch Mennonite Mission Network's webinar celebrating the 75th anniversary of Mennonite Voluntary Service. Learn how God inspired many to live out their faith through service and how the program continues to move young people to put their faith into action.   


Speakers

Stefan Baumgartner, is a 2015–17 MVS Alumn, now living in San Francisco, California. He currently is the Assistant Program Manager for Housing Services at the Homeless Prenatal Program.

 




Linda Pettit is a 1989–90 MVS Alumna in Arvada, Colorado. She currently is Manager of Community and Government Relations in the Denver City Attorney's Office.



 

Joanna Loepp Thiessen is a current MVS participant serving her second year in San Antonio, Texas. She works in Spiritual Services for Haven for Hope and Street 2 Feet.


 

 

 

 

https://www.pjsn.org/video/MVS-webinar

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