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Sycamore UMC Mission Trip to Honduras
A number of persons from the Sylacauga area participated in a mission trip to Honduras in the latter part of May. Ten people representing Sycamore UMC and Sylacauga First UMC went on the trip. Dr. Clay Davis from Sylacauga FUMC led the group. There were a total of 44 people representing 16 churches and 4 denominations who went to Villa Santa, Honduras. The team was composed of doctors, dentists, nurses, vets, pharmacists, evangelists, and people who provided food for the tem while they were in the village.
During the trip 71 people made professions of faith and 52 rededicated their lives to Christ. Many more decisions were made in the clinics.
The children’s church saw 803 children in 6 sessions. The medical team’s triage area saw 2,875 people and prepared them for the medical clinic. Our pharmacy distributed 17,643 prescriptions. The dental team saw 277 patients and pulled 317 teeth. 172 pairs of prescription eyeglasses and 249 pairs of reading glasses were distributed. We gave out 2,783 pairs of shoes and 3,608 outfits. The vet team treated 166 horses and 544 cows.