Mission 25:40 for 2017-18
Over the last twelve years, FMCS students have all been involved in making a difference here is Southwest Florida and throughout the world! We call this program, Mission 25:40!
Our annual assembly was held on Wednesday, November 1st in the Children’s Center Chapel.
Each grade is committed to making an impact in each of these areas:
– Preschool – Pajama Project – Pajamas, story books and various items for children in foster care. They will be collecting items this spring.
– Kindergarten: Dragonfly Dreams in memory of Joe Weber – fighting against childhood cancer and Caleb’s Crusade.
– The first grade Salvation Army canned food drive brought over 500 items! They also provide other items during the year.
– Second grade: the Nahuel family and their work with rescuing young ladies from slavery in Europe with their lemonade stand in May; and Big Rig Truck helping provide books for underprivileged children!
– Third grade will be working BGMC and “placemats for prisoners”!
– Fourth grade supports Ronald McDonald House! They collect the tear off tops from soda cans during the year.
– Fifth grade works with Midwest Food Bank
– Sixth and Seventh grade girls: The Tarantino Family (Nolan Tarantino graduate,
– Sixth and seventh grade boys: Taylor Simms disciplining young ladies with an on campus ministry at the University of North Carolina
– All Middle School: complete 10-20 hours of community service in SW Florida; they will total over 400 hours combined!
– A new team of 8th graders, parents and staff prepare for their missions trip this spring to El Salvador in April of 2018. Important Dates 2018
For the 2018 team: King’s Castle Needs List 2017 and WHAT TO BRING ON THE MISSIONS TRIP
Finally, we also kicked-off Operation Christmas Child – we are once again partnering with First Assembly of God this year!
Check out this testimony – one of our parents who shared last year who was a 13 year old in Lebanon when she received her shoebox!