Monthly Archives: July 2017

Day #6 – Thursday

In the first part of our day we went near the Capitol and met with Nora Leccese, a political advocate for the Presbyterian Office of Public Witness. With her, we learned a little what she does with the Presbyterian Church (USA) … Continue reading

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Day #5 – Wednesday

Today our group went to Charlie’s Place, an establishment where homeless people can go to eat breakfast and get clothes that they need. All articles of clothing had been donated, and the food is prepared fresh daily. The establishment is … Continue reading

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Day #4 – Tuesday

One of our work groups got an early start on Tuesday, waking up at 5:15 in order to head over to Charlie’s Place – an organization which works to serve the homeless population of D.C. in a variety of different … Continue reading

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Day #3 First full day of service

Today was our first day of actual mission work. To start the day we met with a woman named Deborah, who is a social activist in DC. She talked the group through the population density of Washington D.C: 650,000 people … Continue reading

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SIghtseeing

Sunday, July 9th: We started the day with a nutritious breakfast of cereal, bagels, and cups-o-joe. Today was our sightseeing and museum day, so we packed our gear, threw on some sunscreen and were off. The metro was under construction, … Continue reading

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Day 1: Washington to Washington

Shoutout to all those awesome parents that dropped their kids off at the airport at 4 am this morning. You all rock! We are soooo happy that you got to go back to bed Meanwhile, we’ve been up and running… … Continue reading

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