Children, teachers and volunteers at a summer bible camp put on by the Lutheran mission ministry of Kenneth Killinger
Marion Virginia USA Date:1934 Duration:3 min 54 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Donations of clothes at Lutheran Mission Churches in Appalachian Mountain, United States, coordinated by Pastor Kenneth Killinger from Marion, Virginia, in Smyth County. Children come to Mission churches to learn about the bible during summer bible camps. Group of children ascending the steps of a church. Sign board of 'The Friendly Church' outside the church building. Children inside the church, with a boy and a girl holding the American flag in hand. Teachers and children gathered raise hands and appear to say Pledge of Allegiance. Teachers and volunteers give food to children participating in the summer bible camp. Boy writes slogans on wooden slates that say, "Camp Meeting." Children play in a garden, gathered in a circle holding hands. Parents, staff, and teachers work with the children on arts and crafts with supplies all have donated. A large gathering of the congregation of the mission churches beside a church or school house, and then under an adjacent large white tent. Pastor Kenneth Killinger speaking to those gathered under the tent. Group of women speaking in the tent, then outside in a ring of chairs. Woman instructor speaking to a group of children.
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