Here's a brief word from Walker Sommerville, Orange native, living and serving in Honduras.
Central American Ministry Outreach, better known as CAMINO, began as a missionary project in 2014. Seiny and Walker Somerville, the ministry’s founders, bought a property in Rio Lindo, Cortes (in Northern Honduras). From there they began their ministry work, using Central American Ministry Outreach and El Camino as the names for their ministry work and the retreat center they built. For the past eight years, the ministry has grown year by year as churches and other individuals have joined forces with CAMINO to serve the people of Honduras.
The people of Trinity United Methodist Church have a goal of funding the construction of one 12' X 16' framed-wood home on a concrete pad foundation. It would house a family of 12; getting them out of the elements. Flooding and hurricanes have ravaged huge areas of Honduras, affecting resident living in shacks made out of tin and plastic.
If you would like to partner with us in this act of love:
- give on our PayPal portal on the home page of the website (write Camino on the note)
- mail a check to the church c/o Trinity UMC with "Camino" on the memo line.
We will collect our gifts this Easter Sunday 4/17/2022 to share with the people of CAMINO.
If you'd like to know more about CAMINO and the ministry they are doing, click on the link