Living without a home in the world’s coldest capital city

January 25, 2017

What happens when you live in a manhole in a city where winter nights can reach 25 degrees below zero?

As bad as that is, how much worse might it be if you are also sick and old?

Take a first-hand look at what homelessness looks like in Mongolia and learn about the project we will support with our offerings on January 29 during Global Mission Sunday.

Sergelt, the Homelessness Delivery Project, supports the neglected homeless population of Mongolia’s capital with warm meals, medical care and counseling. In the special Global Mission Sunday issue of the worship bulletin, you can read more about how our offering will be used to make life better for homeless residents of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, which is the coldest capital of the world.