Maranatha High School Students Embarks on a Transformative Mission’s Trip to the Dream Center in Downtown LA



This week (August 4 & 5) a group of Maharanatha High School students will be embarking on a transformative mission’s trip to the Dream Center in downtown Los Angeles. The students will spend all day Thursday in the trenches, fulfilling the needs of the homeless by serving them food.

The students will then spend the majority of the day on Friday packaging food for the mobile homeless project. Many students feel like the only way they can fulfill a “mission” is to trek out of the country; however, there are substantial needs less than 20 minutes from home. Please pray for the Maranatha students for the softening of hearts, safe travels, and a prosperous time of service.

Maranatha High School, 169 S. St. John Avenue, Pasadena, (626) 817-4000 or visit www.maranatha-hs.org.

 

 

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