We believe God has richly blessed our school community with an abundance of varied gifts and talents, and we strive to share these gifts and talents with local and global communities and churches. We desire to follow Christ’s teachings to reach out to people in need and to share His love even with those who disagree with us. We also recognize that energy, enthusiasm, and creativity encourage students to gain life skills for service in the mission of the church. Each year the school hosts giving projects for local and global communities.
We also believe that domestic mission experiences provide students with the potential to change the world while also being personally changed. The Great Commission was Jesus' last command and, therefore, should be our first concern. Using the model of Acts 1:8, we offer SCS middle and high school students mission experiences locally, throughout the state, and nationally. By the time our high school students graduate they will have completed at least 150 hours of volunteer community service.
Below are some of the non-profit agencies that our students have volunteer at recently.