Service to others: a pillar of our Catholic Mission

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Service trips are a way to get out of our “bubble” and respond to needs beyond our own communities. Our Newman Center has facilitated many services trips, typically over Spring or Fall Break, and sometimes with a few traveling opportunities in between.

While service to our own community is vital, responding in charity to a crisis area can open our eyes to the needs of others. Traveling to a town that was devastated by tornado damage to clean up, repair and plant new trees; or an impoverished county to serve dinners at soup kitchens and organize a mission thrift store: these are opportunities to be Christ’s hands and feet to others.

Our service trips are fun, safe, and life-changing. Consider dedicating one of your breaks to traveling with us and serving others with a charitable heart.


Upcoming Service Trips

White Rose Midterm Break Service Trip | October 19-21, 2017

Join us for Newman’s Fall service trip to White Rose Catholic Worker Farm in La Plata, MO! Tasks may include: Fellowship, building projects, gardening, canning, helping neighbors, cooking, candle making, outside manual labor. It will definitely be LOTS OF FUN!!

Here is the link to register: https://newmantruman.breezechms.com/form/86bc17

The cost is $45 per person.

Questions? Contact Leah Bell at lcb7253@truman.edu or Meg Meyer at mcm7428@truman.edu