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Letter of Introduction from Meagan Mongold

I’ve been attending Thurmont United Methodist Church since 2006. I started youth group at TUMC in the 6th grade and attended until I graduated in 2017. I participated in events and mission trips put together by the youth group that ended up fueling my desire to serve in youth ministry.

I am going into my senior year at Cairn University in Langhorne, PA. I am studying for a BS in Youth & Family Ministry with a minor in Criminal Justice. After this I plan on attending McDaniel College in Westminster, MD to get my Masters in School Counseling.

In March of 2019, I went on a mission trip to Northern Ireland to work at a Kids Club, put on school assemblies, and run a Vacation Bible School for Newcastle Baptist Church.

While at school, I am a leader for Young Life in Bucks County and I lead a Young Adults Small group at The Crossing United Methodist.

I am currently doing my senior internship at TUMC and I will be running the Youth Programs for the summer. This includes running Youth Group, a VBS, and other various duties.

I am so excited to be working with these children, teens, and their families for the duration of my time here and I can’t wait to gain more experience and develop additional skills. Thank you to Pastor Ken and members of TUMC for allowing me this opportunity.

Meagan Mongold

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