Our 8th grade students transported 400 lunches and 180 hats and gloves to the NOAH Project's Community Center for the homeless in Detroit. The students greeted and distributed lunches and beverages with kindness and compassion.

Our prayer is for the Lord to "give us His eyes" so we can have the ability to see areas we can just be the hands and feet of Jesus and do acts of kindness.  Sometimes, these activities may include the opportunity to witness the name of Jesus, but many times, service involves a more subtle approach in sharing God's love with others.

Some service projects that our students participate in include:

  • Playing BINGO with local residents at nursing homes
  • Ranking leaves for shut-ins
  • Cleaning and raking our church grounds
  • Making and serving meals for homeless people
  • Collecting food for Hospitality House
  • Decorating and delivering pumpkins to community residents
  • Making blankets for a local animal shelter
  • Assembling school bags for needy children
  • Assembling meals for Kids Against Hunger
  • Picking 15,000 lbs of corn for Forgotten Harvest

Seventh and eighth grade students weeded squash fields and picked more 15,000 ears of corn in three hours at Forgotten Harvest Farm in Fenton.St. Matthew families donated school supplies for needy children. Third and fourth grade students assembled 212 school kits for Lutheran World Relief to distrubute. Eighth graders had an opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus by traveling to the West Bloomfield Orchard Villa Nursing Home to spend a little time with their residents.  The students enjoyed assisting the residents with Bingo, while engaging in del




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