Are your students looking for ways to live out their faith by doing service this summer?
LeaderworX is a transformative summer program for young adults interested in living in community, sharing their faith, discussing social justice issues and doing service.
The program consists of two components, formation weeks and worX weeks.
- Formation weeks: Community members spend time getting to know eachother, participating in robust discussions, taking trips, doing service, praying together and more! This past summer the LeaderworX community took a trip to Washington DC to learn about immigration reform, served breakfast in Trenton, spent a day at a water park, and went to church together.
- WorX weeks: During these weeks LeaderworX members help to facilitate week long social justice/service trips for middle and high school students. These trips allow LeaderoworX participants to share what they believe, mentor young people, and give back to the community. Some of their community partners include nursing homes, day cares, summer camps, soup kitchens, day programs for adults with developmental disabilities, food pantries, and farmers. These are truly life changing trips for the teenagers who attend them.