Wow! What a day! We’re running the generator tonight because the local power has been off all day. That’s not news around here.
We attended Leader Memorial United Methodist Church this morning. Surprisingly, worship was only about 3 hours today! We spent the afternoon playing with the children today. They also took a walk to a nearby school where the kids showed us a crocodile. We adults are worn out. Each evening, we attend vespers with the children. Tonight, they recited all the books of the Old Testament to us.
Tomorrow, we will go over infection control with the hospital staff. We will give immunizations to the children, and give them dental screenings.
For those of you who have been here yourselves: Ibrahim stopped by today, and he is reported to be cancer free. Mohammed, who was a porter at the hospital and is known and loved by many, is still recovering from his injured leg. Mother Emma continues to be an inspiration.

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Floris UMC Update

In response to COVID-19, Floris UMC will close its facility for large gatherings, including worship and small group activities. This is effective March 12, until further notice. The building will remain open for essential staff/employee activities. Live Stream worship will be available Sunday at 9:15 a.m. Life Groups are encouraged to meet online using virtual platforms. For further information, please view Rev. Tom Berlin’s Weekly Message; or contact the church’s Executive Director at 703-793-0026, Ext. 115.