“How does this serve the needs of the world?”
Service is a word we often hear in Lutheran Schools. But what does it mean and what does it look like here at Faith?
As a College we view service as faith active in love. Not only can service be expressed through selfless giving and loving of others, but it may also be the positive difference we can make in the lives of others by responding to needs and acting without expecting recognition or reward.
At Faith we are encouraged by our students who take a moment to pause and reflect, to think deeply and critically about others and what difference they can make in their lives. Through service we witness learning in action as students initiate new ideas and ways they can collaborate with peers and the wider community to serve others.
As students progress through the College, they build upon the skills and knowledge developed in the primary years. The community becomes the classroom as experiences extend beyond four walls and students explore the cycle of inquiry, action, and reflection.