Your attitude must be like my own, for I, the Messiah, did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give my life.
Service is not something to do when we can spare the time. It is the heart of the Christian life. Jesus came “to serve” and “to give.” Those two verbs should define who our students are and strive to become. As students mature in Christ the focus of projects shift from performing acts of service to living a life of service. Rather than asking, “Who can meet my needs?”, we want our students to ask “Whose needs can I meet?”
The school-wide service project is a spirit week tradition that brings the entire student body, staff, and faculty together in support of a community need. Most recently, Savannah Christian’s Student Life chose P.A.C.K. Savannah to collect items for children facing weekend food scarcity. Members of the National Honor Society and Student Life packed donations collected in our classrooms into weekend bags at the P.A.C.K. warehouse.
At Savannah Christian, we believe that helping others will give our students an appreciation for what they have and who they are, but more importantly, God has designed us to serve and share with others.