May 25, 2015


Nowhere to Go

An oasis of peace: Mennonite Guest House a way station for weary travellers

The Mennonite Guest House in Nairobi.
Mennonite Central Committee service workers Doug and Corinna Clymer Olson (left)  meet with members of the Maasai Integrated Development Initiative board: Dennis, Agnes, Moses and Stephen in Ngong outside Nairobi.
American evangelical missionaries Brian Boyd, left, Richard Bloodworth, centre and his wife Joslyn Bloodworth , members of New Fire for Christ,  play cards at the Mennonite Guest House in Nairobi while they wait for their van to be repaired.
Clay bowls dry at Kazuri. The beautiful things they make are sold around the world - including Winnipeg where their products are sold at the Ten Thousand Villages stores.
Ceramics in the kiln at Kazuri.
A worker tidies up the seams on ceramic beads at Kazuri.
The finished ceramic beads drying at Kazuri.
A wall hanging made of ceramic beads for sale in the Kazuri gift store.
Ceramics in the kiln at Kazuri.
Workers paint ceramics at Kazuri.
Workers enjoy their lunch break at Kazuri.
Workers pain ceramics at Kazuri.
The Mennonite Guest House in Nairobi. -
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Mennonite Central Committee service workers Doug and Corinna Clymer Olson (left) meet with members of the Maasai Integrated Development Initiative board: Dennis, Agnes, Moses and Stephen in Ngong outside Nairobi. -
American evangelical missionaries Brian Boyd, left, Richard Bloodworth, centre and his wife Joslyn Bloodworth , members of New Fire for Christ, play cards at the Mennonite Guest House in Nairobi while they wait for their van to be repaired. -
Clay bowls dry at Kazuri. The beautiful things they make are sold around the world - including Winnipeg where their products are sold at the Ten Thousand Villages stores. -
Ceramics in the kiln at Kazuri. -
A worker tidies up the seams on ceramic beads at Kazuri. -
The finished ceramic beads drying at Kazuri. -
A wall hanging made of ceramic beads for sale in the Kazuri gift store. -
Ceramics in the kiln at Kazuri. -
Workers paint ceramics at Kazuri. -
Workers enjoy their lunch break at Kazuri. -
Workers pain ceramics at Kazuri. -
History

Updated on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at 7:54 AM CDT: Changes headline

12:17 PM: Corrects that guest house has been operating for 50 years

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