by Public Relations Office
March 3, 2003
Cedarville, OhioEach spring, students from Cedarville University travel around the country and the world, ministering to others in many ways. This year will be no exception, with 15 teams totaling 131 students, faculty, and staff spending their March 24-28 Spring Break serving others.
Teams plan on traveling to Arizona for Navajo children`s ministry, Mexico for college student evangelism and camps for missionary kids, and Trinidad for construction and evangelism. These three trips are through the Missions Involvement Services office of the University.
The community ministries office is offering students the chance to serve on one of seven teams: Chicago, serving at inner city schools and doing work projects at Inner City Impact; New York City, serving in the inner city and doing work projects at the Children`s Bible Fellowship campsite; North Carolina, doing construction work and manual labor for The Master`s Mission in Robbinsville; Orlando, presenting an abstinence message through drama at churches and schools; Philadelphia, assisting kids clubs in the inner city and doing work projects at Child Evangelism Fellowship headquarters; Virginia, ministering to kids at Joy Ranch children`s home in Hillsville and doing work projects; and Wisconsin, ministering to mentally disabled adults at Shepherd`s Home in Union Grove.
In addition, four University traveling teams will take their talents of music, drama, or puppets to churches and schools around the nation. The Abundant Life Singers will be performing in Florida, while the Kingsmen Quartet will be in Michigan. The Lifeline Players will be ministering in Texas while The Master`s Puppets will perform near Washington, D.C.
The social work office is sending a team to Georgia to work with Habitat for Humanity.
For more information on the teams, contact the public relations office at 937-766-7808.