Hope for Tanzania

Visit 2019

Published 25 April 2019

Plans are beginning for our visit to Tanzania in 2019. We plan to visit in October and November with Martin visiting for 5 weeks and other team members for a shorter time, probably 2 weeks. We are also hopeful that Hannah will be able to go for 3 months to explore what God is saying to her about overseas mission and possible roles within it. Plans are tentative at present but we will focus on our mission work in Singida spending a longer in each village compared with last year. This is possible due to extended visit. We will also spend a short time at Tuishime School and at the pastors conference in Dar es Salaam. If you are interested in learning more about the visit and whether God is calling you to come then please contact Martin at info@hopefortanzania.org.


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