Mission & Outreach
Digging In The Mound
Photo by: Kelly Hofer
Many Hutterites help out with sandbagging for nearby towns or colonies.back to gallery....
- Digging In The Mound Photo by: Kelly Hofer Many Hutterites help out with sandbagging for nearby towns or colonies.
- Palmgrove Diningroom Photo by: Lance Waldner In May of 1992 the 450 year old white monopoly of the Hutterian Church was broken when Inno Idiong was baptized, thereby establishing an African Hutterian Church. Palmgrove Hutterian Community, southeast of Lagos, Nigeria, is a community of native-born Africans who live a Christian Communal life.
- Peeling Cassava Photo by: Lance Waldner African ladies teaching Hutterian missionaries how to prepare traditional dishes with cassava root.
- Teaching Life Skills Photo by: Johnson Schmiedeleut sponsor the Palmgrove Hutterite Community by sending funding, material goods, and missionaries.
- Sandbagging Photo by: Kelly Hofer In the event of flooding or other natural disasters, Hutterites willingly volunteer their time.
- Quilting for Charity Photo by: Lisa Hofer Hutterite ladies from various colonies come together to sew quilts for Christian Aid Ministries and other charitable organizations who then distribute them to the needy.
- Smiles from Haiti Photo by: Phil Snyder Haiti school children sponsored by a Hutterite colony.
- Reaching Out Photo by: Chris Maendel Hutterite women with Bettie Snyder, president of GLOW (God's Love for Widows and Orphans), in Haiti.
- Neighbours Evening Photo by: Lisa Waldner Some colonies organize concerts to invite non-hutterite friends and neighbours for an evening of Christian entertainment.
- Singing for the Lord Photo by: Kelly Hofer Under the leadership of a conductor, many Hutterite colonies have their own choirs who sing in four-part harmony (SATB). Young people sing at old folks homes, charity fundraisers, and in hospitals, using their songs to spread the gospel of Jesus.
- Blood Donors Photo by: Kelly Hofer Volunteers provide diligent support to the Canadian Blood Services.