Eleven Disciples from Four Churches.
Learn about their Pilgrimage Here.

Eleven Disciples from the four Disciple churches in the Georgia region were part of two People to People Pilgrimages to the Christian Hospital, Mungeli India in 2010.  The first pilgrims left on January 13th and include Sam Veal from Sandersville First, Joseph Highsmith from Peachtree, Andrew and Mark Jensen from Lawrenceville First, Landa Simmons from Sandy Springs and  Toni Kemp from Ray of Hope.  The second group of pilgrims left on February 13th and included regional minister Ray Miles, Chris Furqueron and Dale Williamson from Sandy Springs, and Lynn Boren and Charlie Alvord from Lawrenceville First.  Sam Veal and Joseph Highsmith made a documentary about the hospital and the Rambo Memorial English School.  We also broadcast a live internet video stream from the Hospital Chapel Service, on Ash Wednesday evening, February 17th, a recording of which can be viewed below.

"Come and See" - video trailer

View the trailer for a Documentary shot in Mungeli India by Sam Veal and Joseph Highsmith.

Morning Chapel Worship

Recorded on Ash Wednesday, February 17, 2010 from the Chapel of the Christian Hospital in Mungeli India. Please enjoy this chapel service with Dr. Anil Henry, Doctors, Nurses and staff of The Christian Hospital along with Rev. Ray Miles and members of the People to People 2010 Pilgrimage.

This video was originally recorded and transmitted live from India using the service.  The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Georgia have no control over the ads that appear over the video at times.

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