“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
On January 21, members of the DC Community will participate in a Day of Service to commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Organized by DC’s Multicultural Alliance in conjunction with St. Paul’s Baptist Church in West Chester, this opportunity is available for all DC students and their families and faculty and staff.
2019 marks the third consecutive year our students will join with congregants and friends of St. Paul’s to span out through the West Chester area serving a variety of non-profit and social service agencies. Each of the past two years has experienced an encouraging amount of growth in student participation. Due to this growth and exciting momentum, DC’s Multicultural Alliance is aiming to increase the number of participants from our school community even more this year. The group hopes to expand the student base as well as by inviting parents and faculty and staff to commit their time and energies in service to others on this important day.
In keeping with DC’s core values of Servanthood, Community, and Impact, this Day of Service is an important event for our school community. As we become the hands and feet of Jesus to others, we acknowledge Dr. King’s call to serve others. In so doing, we also demonstrate commitment to DC’s mission to educate students who will serve God and impact the world biblical thought and action.