Cardinal Service Week was established to support the mission of Fort Worth Christian School and more importantly the Great Commission. Through unique service opportunities, students will see the world as Jesus intended. Students will serve in one of the following areas: campus, community, city, state, nation, or world.
Students will be working on camp projects and helping with trail and building maintenance.
Students will work with the Dry Bones organization to serve the teen and young adult homeless population of Denver.
Students will work with Haitian refugees in sports outreach, drama, and English conversation. They will also assist with construction projects and community service.
Students will form teams to build and furnish a complete house for a family.
Students will host a Vacation Bible School for approximately 70 children in the community. They will also help with construction projects.
Students will volunteer at the Azul Was Orphanage, help with construction projects for a local church, and serve local barrio children in Cusco.
Students will work with teachers and students from age 1-7 at the Neema Village orphanage fro abandoned babies.
Students will help with food preparation, clothing distribution, and English conversation practice with refugees.
Students will help with construction and agricultural projects in a tribal community near Chiang Mai.