As we deepen our awareness of "God in all things" and of the needs and injustice that surround us, we are called to reconcile these two realities through acts of solidarity and works of mercy. Community Service allows students of all faiths to actualize their love for God and for others by sharing their gifts and talents to improve the community in which we live.
The St. James Cathedral Kitchen exposes participants to the issues facing the homeless and working poor and the effects of poverty on families through preparing, serving and sharing a hot meal every Friday afternoon. For more information, please contact Lauren Pusich.
Habitat for Humanity is a club that organizes bi-annuals international builds, Spring Break builds in Eastern Washington, and local builds throughout the year.
Juvenile Detention Outreach is a chance to visit incarcerated children and youth and explore with them the complex issues facing young people in the criminal justice system. For more information, please contact Jojo Bromfield.
L'Arche Club allows students to volunteer and develop relationships with Seattle Noah Sealth L'Arche, part of a worldwide community of developmentally disabled adult "Core Members" and assistants striving to live the beatitudes together. For more information, please contact Seán Bray.
AIDS Care Teams: Multifaith Works: AIDS Care Teams offer people of all faiths a common volunteering experience by providing practical support and friendship to people with HIV/AIDS. For more information, please contact Seán Bray, Social Justice Minister, at 206.296.6079.
Providence Hospitality House provides a safe place for women and children in transition from homelessness. Students help with childcare and other practical needs. For more information, please contact Seán Bray, Social Justice Minister, at 206.296.6079.
StreetFeed introduces participants to the struggles and hopes of young people living on the streets of Seattle’s Capitol Hill area by preparing burritos for dinner and dining with them on Friday evenings. For more information, please contact Sean Bray, Social Justice Minister, at 206.296.6079
For more information, please contact Seán Bray, Social Justice Minister, at 206.296.6079.