Preparing for a Lifetime of Service
Muskegon Christian School students enjoy sharing God’s love through service in our community!
Students decorated more than 1,000 lunch bags that were to be distributed by Kid’s Food Basket in Muskegon with uplifting messages and artwork. Half of the fifth grade students spent an afternoon raking an elderly neighbor’s property, while others assembled snack bags for Kid’s Food Basket.
Mrs. Morrison’s 6th grade class was able to travel to International Aid in Spring Lake for an afternoon to prepare product for their hygiene kit ministry. The students quickly unwrapped 6,144 toothpaste/toothbrush boxes and taped 3,852 bottles of shampoo. They exhibited great teamwork and had a great time of fellowship too!
We also encouraged students to pray for and minister to others around the globe through a fundraiser. Our students raised over $300 through “Fun-raiser Fridays” in May. Water balloon tosses (involving our awesome teachers) and popcorn snacks were offered for students to purchase. The funds raised went to two causes: famine relief efforts in Africa (through World Renew) and hygiene kits sent by International Aid to people who lives are torn apart by disaster, illness or poverty.
We are always looking for new ways for our students to engage in our community! MCS strives to create opportunities for our students to participate in Christian service in our community as part of their educational experience. Please share new possible opportunities with us by contacting us.