Prince of Peace Lutheran Church is actively expanding its partnership with local LCMS church planting organizations and apostolic church planters.
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Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, in partnership with Academy 4, will launch a one-on-one group mentoring initiative for every 4th grade student at McWhorter Elementary for the upcoming school year!
McWhorter is located just two miles south of our campus. Our 10-year journey began with backpacks and school supplies for all 700 students. We also included a Back-to-School Bash! Their request for tangible gifts, backpacks, and school supplies, was an opportunity for us to be the hands and feet of Jesus as we expressed compassion, love, and hope. We are now ready for the next step in our journey!
Academy 4 connects churches to schools and communities through mentoring 4th graders in leadership in economically disadvantaged schools. Volunteers serve together once a month for 90 minutes and mentor the 4th graders in leadership. They express love and care and provide the students with a positive relationship with a dependable adult. Academy 4 provides training, easy to follow mentoring curriculum, and fun activities to enjoy with every 4th grader. Academy 4 is now in 40+ Title 1 schools.
Please consider being a mentor. Volunteers come together and serve for 90 minutes, one Friday, once a month during the school year. For 2022/23 year these dates are: Sep 30, Oct 21, Nov 18, Dec 9, Jan 27, Feb 24, Mar 31, Apr 14 and May 5. [If you will miss more than two of the dates, you can be on the substitute list.] You do not need any experience. Academy 4 provides the resources and structure! Check out this video for more information.
Mentors are being signed up. We have over 40 and need a lot more! Come and hear more about the journey we’ve been on with McWhorter Elementary and where God is now leading! Click here to register to attend an Academy 4 Information Session being held over the next few weeks.
Questions? Barb vonBehren