Women Sew Masks and Make Sanitizer
Women's ministry continues during COVID-19.
Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD)
[South Korea] Led by Women’s Ministries leaders for the Korean Union Conference and its conferences, women have been active in reaching out to those in local churches and in the community who are struggling because of COVID-19.
Women throughout several conferences joined together to make 2,500 bottles of hand sanitizer in just two days for the Daegu area, which was the area hardest hit by the virus in South Korea.
Women’s Ministries worked with church members and the Ministerial Spouses Association to make 1,900 face masks for missionaries serving outside of Korea and 600 masks for parents with young children (2,500 masks).
Contributed by Lisa Clouzet, director of Women's Ministries for the Northern Asia-Pacific Division
Published in Mosaic newsletter, 2020 Q3, summer issue