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Our congregation has provided financial sponsorship support each year since 2003 for the Annie Margaret Barr Secondary School in the Khasi Hills of Northeast India. We also support the Higher Secondary School that we helped build. This is a Unitarian-run rural school in the poor tribal state of Meghalaya, where there is little access to public education. This school is able to serve nearly 300 secondary students, having more than doubled in size since our support began. Our church has raised $5000 to $10,000 annually to support our India partners, and designated contributions can be made using the Donate link of the website. The partnership also encourages participating in UU pilgrimages to the Khasi Hills. 

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Khasi Hills Updates

Celebrating Khasi Spring Festival and Our Partnership

Hear about the indigenous roots of our Khasi Hills Unitarian sisters and brothers in India, including the spring festival, Shad Suk Mynsiem. Nandanik Dance Troupe will be performing, culminating with a festival dance in the ...
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Khasi Hills Meeting About Spring Festival

The Khasi Hills Partnership Team had an extraordinary Zoom meeting with our India Partners on March 20 to discuss plans for the May 22 Khasi Hills Partnership Sunday and the traditional Khasi Spring Festival, Shad ...
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Khasi Hills School Tour and Share the Plate Month

https://youtu.be/me2VKQKskUg You are invited to view a video of the progress the school in India we have been sponsoring since 2003 has been making. Through generous contributions, we have been funding two teachers’ full salaries at ...
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Thanks from Khasi Hills School

The Khasi Hills Partnership team would like to share this greeting from our main contacts in India. Nangroi Suting and Barri Mukhim have visited our church on a number of occasions, in person and virtually. We ...
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Thanksgiving in Khasi Hills

The Khasi Hills Partnership team received this photo greeting from our contact in India. Our Khasi Hills school management contact, Barri Mukhim, wrote “Today is a harvest Thanksgiving of our Khasi Tribe.” Barri wrote in response ...
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