Teen Service Week

Summer Teen Service Week involves 50 youth and 20+ adult volunteers to put faith in action and give back to the community. Each day our teens focused on the Daily Examen and ask God to show them specific ways He is present to them.  Through the people they serve, fellow youth and their own inner movement towards God, our teens are able to grow their relationship with Christ!

Our Lemon Aid Stand showed how many gallons of water refugees often have to carry for miles…We shared how the Jesuit Refugee Service helps those displaced from their homelands due to war and famine.

Thursday will be our last day outside the church at Noon to give Lemon Aid Advocacy – stop by for free lemonade and to learn about efforts to help refugees across continents!






Wednesday, our youth served the residents lunch at McCreesh Place





Joyful activities with city youth!
Seeing God in all things



Teen Summer Service Week starts July 17 and thanks to these hard working teens we are ready! #stpetersteensserve

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Where we are serving July 2017: McCreesh Place, Holy Angels, Salvation Army, Mecklenburg Creek Clean Up, Boys & Girls Club,  Ramp Build with Love Inc., and the Soup Kitchen at Ascension Lutheran Church and joining our Catholic youth at Our Lady of Consolation Church at their summer camp.  Special guest speakers include Elizabeth Peacock of “Raising South Sudan”

Posted: May 21, 2014 / Categories: Events, Faith Formation, Meetings, Uncategorized
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