Rolling Hills youth group returns from Nashville mission

Shown kneeling, Leanne Farrington and senior pastor Frank Mercer. Second row, Evan Mercer, Zion Martin, Josh Cannon, Katie Alldredge, Savannah Stout, Anne Bruner, and Laura Alldredge. Third row, Meaghan Brown, Jordon Cannon and Zoe Martin. Fourth  row,  Emily Hale, Anna Farrington and Jake Mercer. Top row,  Douglas Wood, Josh Hughes, Brian Farrington and Jimbo Alldredge. Photo/Special.

The youth group from Rolling Hills Baptist Church recently returned from “Mission-Fuge” in Nashville, Tenn. M-FUGE is a program that embeds groups of youth and adult chaperones into ministry with local communities to serve people in need. The Rolling Hills youth served in a number of different areas to include tutoring kids in math and English, working with World Relief Organization to help refugee children from Burma, leading games and recreation at a children’s day camp, and helping remodel a basketball court for the community.

Rolling Hills worships at the NCG Cinemas at Fischer Crossings in Sharpsburg. For more information on Rolling Hills, visit

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