Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Transfers and Arriving Missionaries

President Cusick has received instructions for how transfers are to be conducted.  This necessitated some changes including not holding a transfer meeting.  I thought this was an efficient way for transfers.  However, Pres. Cusick needed to develop a different process.  So the missionaries were informed yesterday evening who was being transferred and where missionaries would be.  The missionaries being transferred or receiving new companions came to the Mission Office in the morning.  Everyone attended a district meeting.  Immediately following the district meeting, missionaries matched up with their new companions, moving luggage and bicycles, and headed on their way.

The missionaries who will be training stayed at the Mission Office for some training and then proselying.  The stayed overnight at the same hotel as the arriving missionaries.

We had 12 missionaries arrive in the afternoon -- 10 Sisters and 2 Elders.  One of the Elders is from England, our only British missionary.  This seems like a good group of missionaries.  They will need to to replace the group of missionaries who left early this morning.

Elders Casperson (f) and Rees with their luggage.

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