An assotiation or organization of missionaries; a station or residence of missionaries.
A clear, concise statement of the task of the command and its purpose. One or more aircraft ordered to accomplish one particular task.
The task, together with the purpose, that clearly indicates the action to be taken and the reason therefor. (Joint Pub 1-02)
a statement of what the company or organisation exists to do today.
An organization for worship and work, dependent on one or more churches.
A course of extraordinary sermons and services at a particular place and time for the special purpose of quickening the faith and zeal participants, and of converting unbelievers.
a local Episcopal congregation that has not yet attained the status of a church with a full-time priest; also a church that has lost its church status and reverted to mission status. Usually a mission does not have a full-time minister and does not have the full complement of daily or weekly services.
A Spanish church
Earliest grape planted in 17th century in what is now the state of California. Thought to have arrived in the America's by Spanish conquistadores importation. Known to be identical with the Pais grape widely grown in Chile and thought to originate from the Monica grape of Spain and Sardinia.
Representing the American arts-and-crafts movement in the early 1900s, this style features heavy, dark-finished oak furniture with straight and simple rectangular lines; associated with Gustav Stickley. The most popular piece of Mission furniture in its day was the Morris chair, the first reclining/easy chair.
a simple one
Furniture style with rectangular lines, simple design, and study construction; popular in the early 20th century; usually made from solid oak
() a particular task that a person or group is to perform
a group of people sent to do a certain task
a network of taskframes connected by enabling tasks
a sequence of tasks with their optional parameters and performance conditions
a group of Vietnam veterans and non-veterans dedicated to bringing healing, reconciliation and renewal to the people of Vietnam
an interdenominational Christan organisation that offers opportunities for young people to get involved and to serve in order to respond to the needs of the world in which we live
an international, ecumenical organization dedicated to meeting the needs of people around the world
a non-political organization which seeks to alleviate the widespread suffering still victimizing the people of Vietnam
The act of sending, or the state of being sent; a being sent or delegated by authority, with certain powers for transacting business; comission.
Persons sent; any number of persons appointed to perform any service; a delegation; an embassy; as, the Russian mission to the United Nations.
a generic term for embassy. Mission also describes the entirety of official US representation in a given foreign country, which functions under the supervision of the ambassador, including civilian and military personnel (except US military reporting to a unified command and official US representation to a multilateral organization).
a group of representatives or delegates
a congregation supported by the diocese
an opportunity for a parish to experience in a heightened and intense way spiritual services, sermons, and sacraments focusing on the major themes of our faith
a special time in a parish, like a retreat and its purpose is to create an atmosphere where the parish community can hear the Word of God and be transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit
a congregation that is not yet financially self-supporting, and is still receiving support and direction from a diocese or a parish.
That with which a messenger or agent is charged; an errand; business or duty on which one is sent; a commission.
a free membership, business resource site for wahms in need
A business trip by a civil servant from the European Commission.
To send on a mission.
a sending off
the sending forth of a person or group to perform a special job.
an attempt to get a better insight into electromagnetic field fluctuations, the precursors of earthquakes
a use or operation for which a system is intended by one or more stakeholders to meet some set of objectives
the overall function of an organization. The mission answers the question, "What is this school attempting to accomplish?" The mission might deï¬ne students and stakeholders served; distinctive competencies; or technologies used.