The Mission experience is an important part of the Spiritual Formation of our students and faculty. It reflects the dual nature of discipleship—to commune with God and go out into the world and serve.
The 2014 Mission Trips include:
The City of Children in Ensanada, Mexico (June 6 - 12)
Each year students and faculty sacrifice a week of their time during a school break to work with the City of Children orphanage. They spend their days conducting Vacation Bible School, fixing fences, and visiting with the children. Needless to say, most of the students' lives are permanently changed from all that they see & experience. This coming year, we hope to continue our relationship with the City of Children and take more students along with faculty to serve in Mexico.
Shiloh Missions / the Bronx in New York City (May 29 - June 6)
Nashville Christian School is taking the Good Fight to the poorest zip code in the nation---the Bronx in New York City. Seniors students along with faculty and staff leave for a weeklong mission trip to serve children-at-risk that live in an impoverished part of NYC. Our NYC Mission Team will reach out (and up) to the Shiloh Missions—a Christian not-for-profit ministry dedicated to equipping New York City impoverished children and their families with tools and resources that alter the paths of poverty and violence. Click here for more information about Shiloh Missions.
Click here to see a list of our current local missions and service projects.