Pastor Sally Perez of God’s New Generation participated in Convoy of Hope,
meeting with people in the Tri-Cities community.

UMCs support Convoy of Hope in the Tri-Cities
By Pastor Sally Perez

NEWS_ConvoyofHope_Sally1Last month, several United Methodist Churches in the Tri-Cities area along with over 40 churches and local businesses united to impact their community for Convoy of Hope in Kennewick, Wash.   Central United Protestant, West Highlands Methodist Church, Riverview United Methodist Church, God’s New Generation/Nueva Generacion de Dios participated in this event.

Convoy of Hope is a Missouri-based humanitarian organization. This event brought together many churches to serve alongside each other and share God’s love to the community. It was great to see thousands of volunteers gather for such a great cause that brought hope and blessing to so many lives.


This is a break down of everything that was served to the community.   What an amazing day at Convoy of Hope Tri-Cities! Jason Bachman with Convoy of Hope shared the following stats from Day of Hope Tri-Cities:

  • Guests: 5809
  • Prayed with: 3775
  • Salvations: 28
  • 150 cards to follow-up on
  • Volunteers: 1220
  • Churches: 44
  • Connection churches: 19
  • Haircuts: 500
  • Portraits: 800
  • NBCF: 1315
  • Women’s shoes: 1749
  • Children’s shoes: 2500
  • Organic Plums: 1400
  • Gardens in a bag: 500
  • Walgreens shots: 133
  • Job and career services: 8
  • Resumes: 50
  • Habitat for Humanity applications: 35
  • Health services: 8
  • Dental checks: 30

Pastor Sally Perez serves at God’s New Generation in Pasco, Wash.
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