Middle School Service Project

On Friday, September 15,  The Berean 6th and 7th graders participated in a service project on campus. The day involved cleaning and various projects around the school’s campus.


The purpose of the project is to help instill a servant heart among our students.

The 8th graders spent the day at Angelic Ministries here in Knoxville. They organized toys, shoes, and clothing, as well as helped pack a crate of items headed to Africa. The students were encouraged as they came alongside Angelic Ministries in helping them serve the city of Knoxville.

“It was cool to be able to help the community. The coolest part was being able to pack the cargo truck headed to Africa,” said Weston Parker.

Another 8th grader, Savannah Pearson, said, “When we walked through and saw all the products and clothes they supply to families in need, I thought that was really cool because they’re helping so many people who can’t provide for their own families.”

The service projects are a vital part of the curriculum at Berean Christian School as we seek to develop leaders that serve their community with the love of Christ.

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