Monday, February 10, 2014

Making a move

Due to some technical issues we have updated and moved the blog:

See you there!

Monday, January 13, 2014

Quest 15!!!!

Welcome to Quest 15's journey!

Some of us we are pinching ourselves asking has it really been 15 years! For the current group excitement and a little anxiety is building as our time to travel draws closer.

QUEST 15 represent 22 congregations. We will not have too much activity on the blog before we fly but as folks begin to find the page please meet the current group and join in praying for each team member. They are tackling mid-term exams and then heading off to YEC.

Thanks for joining our Q15 experience!

Dominican Republic

Jessica, Comuniade Naugatuck, CT
Samantha, Gr Bos Chinese, MA
Becca, Chariho, RI
Kristen, Faith, RI
Anthony, Manchester, CT
Crystal, All Nations Mission, MA
Timothy, Friendship, CT
Ian, Manchester, CT
Erica, New Life, CT
Stuti, All Nations Ch, MA
Renee, Pleasant Street, MA
Emma, Manchester, CT
Jasmin, Primera Iglesia Boston, MA
Lucas, Celebration, MA
Josias, Hope Chapel, MA
Itamar Elizalde, Susie Boulos, Vinetta McCann, Tommy Moore, Jared Ledger

  South Africa

Joanna, Gr Bos Chinese, MA
Cooper, Mercyhouse, MA
Kai, Hope Chapel, MA
Lauren O, Hope Chapel, MA
Wesley, Washington, VT
Lauren, Brockton Brazilian, MA
Katie, Middletown, RI
Ken Hall, Katelyn Saylor, Josh Ayantola


Kirsten, Hope Chapel, MA
Nicole, Vida Abundante, MA
Ethan, Vita Nova, MA
Briana, Casa de Oracion, MA
Jonathan, Stamford, CT
Abigail, Philippine International, MA
Allyson Clark, Rob Morzella, Dre Santos

Friday, February 22, 2013

Travel updates

The City- The team left last night and should be striving in New York around noon before their final flight to Boston.
DR- Their flight was delayed a bit but they should be landing in Boston within the hour.
SA- They have landed in Atlanta and should be in Boston by noon.

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Quest Celebration Time Change

Due to the possible snow storm on Saturday, we are changing the celebration time to 11:30 to 1. If you haven't sent an RSVP please do so:

SA Team heading home

The team has wrapped up their time in South Africa and are heading home. Pray for their 24+ hour journey!

Last Day DR Team

Wow time really flew by!! Yesterday was our last day of ministry in the village. It was pretty hard saying good bye to all the kids and other guys we worked with for the bathroom project. It’s been amazing to see the many ways God works in another country, how He changes lives. We learned so much from hearing the testimonies of so many of the people Ina works with. Despite the couple setbacks we had for the bathroom project the engineer we worked with said it had been the fastest they had built it. We didn’t get to complete it but were very close to it. We thank God for the unity and team work throughout the week displayed through all members of our team. It’s great that we were able to help with a physical need for the village, but the most important was sharing the gospel and being testimonies of His great love to all people. Today will be a fun filled and adventurous day. We will be headed to the market, the colonial city, the beach (yay!!!), and eat some great Dominican food before we get on our plane back to the states at 4:30am tomorrow. Pray for God’s voice to speak to us personally as we debrief our awesome time together and our travels. We miss you guys so much and can’t wait (or maybe we can with the frigid temperatures awaiting us) to see and share with you all!

Wednesday, February 20, 2013


Parents, Pastors and Mentors, if you have not sent an RSVP for the Quest Celebration on Saturday, noon - 2 p.m., please do so:

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Happy Tuesday!

Yesterday was our fun day, and that is exactly what it was! We started the day off by traveling to the beach all the kids really enjoyed themselves. Afterwards we headed over to some shops where the students were able to buy gifts and things to remember this great country by. After the beach we headed to the Game Park, or rather a Safari! We saw many animals but the most exciting was the Rhino. After the game park we headed to Deshni's parents house for a wonderful dinner, it was like a home away from home for us all.Today we have gone to the Aids Respite and learned much, we will soon be heading to Kwadabecka to drop off a basketball net, and basketball sneakers, and we will be wrapping our day up with some street ministry. The students are really being stretched this week and learning much about how great our God truly is. Love and miss you all!!