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Displace Me Chicago Photodoc and Report

Displace Me was an experiential event meant to simulate what life is like for those living in Northern Uganda’s displaced camps. Participants took part in the event by creating, decorating and sleeping in huts, distributing food (saltines) and water rations, writing letters to elected state officials and praying for peace. The event was about taking […]

Displace Me Chicago

I wanted to both inform and remind you all about what Lindsey briefly announced during Justice Minute at the last Prayer & Praise Night. Please go to http://www.invisiblechildren.com/displaceMe/ and inform yourself on what Displace Me is all about. Displace Me will be held on Saturday, April 28th at Soldier Field. Depending on the response you […]

Report From Project 24/29

During Project 24/29 we focused on the theme of 1st, 2nd, 3rd Worlds and the inequality between these countries. The experience officially began at 1pm on Friday when the youth began their 24 hour fast. When youth arrived at the Corps that evening they randomly chose a small group which determined what World-group (1st, 2nd […]

Project 24/29 Photo Doc

Last weekend the Mayfair Community Church hosted Project 24/29—a Salvation Army initiative—that raises money for World Services. Youth from the Mayfair, Norridge, Oak Brook Terrace and Hammond-Munster Corps raised pledges and had people sponsor them as they participated in a 24 hour fast. They also took part in small group bible studies, worked on mission […]

Project 24/29

Every 24 hours, 29,000 children die from preventable diseases such as malnutrition, malaria, diarrhea, and acute respiratory infections. From 7pm on Friday, March 24th through 2pm on Saturday, March 25th the Mayfair Community Church will host Project 24/29—a Salvation Army initiative—that raises money to fight this tragedy. Youth from the Mayfair, Norridge, and Oak Brook […]