Fifth Grade Mission Trip

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Fifth Grade Mission Trip

Class of 2019 Mission Trip to Atlanta, April 6-9

This year our fifth graders traveled to Atlanta with their families, Ms. Smith, and Head of School, Mrs. Stevens. Working with Door Atlanta, they completed daily service activities, volunteered in the community every morning, served breakfast to the homeless, delivered meals, and visited sites in Atlanta. Their evenings were spent reflecting on the day and making connections with the overall religious aspect of the experience. Overnights were spent at the Trinity Presbyterian Church in Atlanta on mattresses donated by our Parent Association. This trip offered a time for students and adults to make lasting connections. It was a memorable trip full of learning, growing, giving back, and bonding.

On the final day, the class delivered meals as part of the Open Hand Meal Delivery Mission. Throughout their deliveries, they met a midwife/nurse from Nigeria, a retired management recruiter/4H volunteer for 5th graders, a woman PE Teacher/Peace Corp military vet recovering from a stroke with brain injury, and a retired minister who was thrilled to meet them and held prayer with them at his door. This mission was an exceptional experience for the kids – a great way to close out the trip.

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