WFCS Students Giving Back

In the WFCS Community, we treasure each student and find ways to serve each other as the need arises.  We work together through involvement with local missions and teach respect for the environment through outdoor educational experiences.  We teach a Christian worldview and participate in cross-cultural service projects.  Listed below are some of the recent projects students have participated in: 
 

Volunteering though Humanitarian Projects

In October of 2019, our 4th and 5th grade students spent the day at the GAiN Logistics Center. Through humanitarian kindness, GAiN expresses Jesus’ love in the toughest places on earth by relieving suffering, restoring dignity, and revealing hope.

The fifth graders worked together to sort, match up and package 3,357 pairs of sandals to be shipped to another country and possibly provide the only pair of shoes for an adult. They prayed over 3 full pallets and enjoyed learning more about missions and how to serve others!

 

 


"Trash Stash" - Community Clean-Up

For the past 30 years, West Fallowfield Christian School students and families work in association with PENNDOT's annual "Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful" roadside trash pick up program.  The "Trash Stash" team at WFCS works in 10 townships in Chester and Lancaster counties.  Held in the Spring, the workday is a major fundraiser project for the school.  The students enjoy cleaning up the community.

 


Missions Trip to Clarksburg, WV - 8th Grade


Destination: Clarksburg, West Virginia

The goal of our 8th grade Missions trip to Clarksburg, West Virginia was to extend the love of Jesus Christ as we worked to have unity through our diversity, love each other as we help/serve others with a positive attitude, and assist others in their spiritual growth as well as developing our own personal relationship with God.

Needs in the area: unemployment, drug and alcohol addiction, poverty

Preparation: several training sessions to prepare us for ministry and to share the gospel of Jesus Christ, helping with child care and serving at the pancake breakfast for our school auction in October.

Areas of service: ministry to children, work projects, feeding the homeless, youth outreach, prayer walk, working with emergency shelters during severe weather, working with youth and children at Celebrate Recovery, visiting a nursing home and a Veteran’s home to encourage the residents, helping at the Clarksburg Mission

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