Mission u


Rev. Wanda Santos-Perez, Dean
(508) 852-7893
Linda Borio, Assistant Dean
(860) 749-6727


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Learning Together for Transformation of the World

Mission u provides opportunities for persons to grow in understanding of the mission of the church in the current world context as well as initiate opportunities for spiritual and educational experiences. The time is spent in worship and in-depth study with music, prayer, sharing, exploring and much food for the body and the soul. It is a time-away for families, adults, youth and children of all ages.

2016 Mission u

This mission education experience for all ages will take place July 22-24, 2016 at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH.

2016 Studies

The Bible and Human Sexuality (Spiritual Growth Study)
Climate Justice (Social Issue and Children and Youth Theme Study)
Find study overviews on the Mission u website 
Meet the study leaders for this year's Mission u

Registration is now open

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Click the button above to register online or click the link to download a paper registration form

Location and accommodations


 Southern New Hampshire University is set in the outskirts of Manchester, NH, just off Route 93. The housing is in suites with shared semi-private bathrooms; handicapped accessible buildings; shuttle service between buildings; air-conditioned classrooms; cafeteria dining. Five meals are included, Friday dinner through Sunday breakfast.


Mission u is for everyone ...

... pastors, laity, families, youth and children. There are classes for both youth and children. Childcare will be available. One Continuing Education Unit (1 CEU) is offered for clergy who participate in the
entire event.


Bring some extra cash or your checkbook! An offering is always received at Mission u. It often is designated in part to support a mission project related to the geographic or social issue. Spirit Wind, the fair trade marketing connection to Nicaragua for the New England Conference, has a display with many handmade items for sale. The United Methodist Women have books for sale from the Reading Program.
Also bring your own linens, pillow, towels and toiletries including a cup. Additional details are in the letter you will receive after you register.