Friday, July 9 from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Recreation Building, 1625 Butts Avenue, Tomah
Open to all students in 7th - 12th grade, their friends and teammates. We'll carpool to the site, volunteer for a couple of hours, grab some lunch and discuss what the Bible says about volunteering. We encourage you to email questions about this topic via the website. All questions will remain anonymous. For more information about this event, contact Martha at email@example.com
On Sunday, May 5, five confirmands confessed their faith before family, friends and the congregants of Shepherd of the Hills. It's no secret that coming to class following a long day at school was the last thing that these kids wanted to do. But they showed up, completed what was required, and for that they should be commended.
They are now free to decide how to discern and apply what they learned in Catechism and how to respond to the responsibility of becoming an adult member of the congregation.
Their immature faith will be tested and challenged by distractions presented by peers, the world, or simply by disinterest. Therefore, it is our job to set examples - at all times - that reflect our love for our Heavenly Father, who makes all things possible.
Christian growth is continual, not just for these confirmands, but for us as well. Remember, these kids are watching.
On Saturday, April 2, five students from Shepherd of the Hills, six foreign exchange students and three chaperones headed to The Twin Cities to volunteer at "Feed My Starving Children, have some fun at the Mall of America and enjoy Chick-Fil-A at the end of the day.
"Feed My Starving Children" relies on volunteers to pack nutritious, convenient, transportable meals that are shipped to children around the globe who face hunger every day. Thanks to the joint effort of our group (and other volunteers) 3,060 packages were put together which will provide approximately 17,496 meals! A prayer of appreciation for the volunteers - and safe passage for the meals - was said at the end of our session. There is no limit to God's love as He used our hands and energy to impact people in ways we may never know.