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Tricks & Treats for Your Feet

October 26, 2014 (Sunday, 2pm - Starry Field)

Have a heart for service? Enjoy running? Come join us for Tricks & Treats for Your Feet, a 5K Walk/Run to raise funds for the Special Olympics!

General Public Registration ($20)

Messiah Student Registration ($10)

Special Olympic Athlete Registration (Free)

 For more information about the Special Olympics, click HERE!

Upcoming Events

Salt & Light Chapel

Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 (9.30 a.m.)
Jen Spry
Hostetter Chapel

In collaboration with International Justice Mission and Human Rights Awareness

Jen Spry will be speaking on Restorative Justice based on her experience as a victim of sex trafficking.

Jen is an advocate, speaker, and survivor of domestic minor sex trafficking in the USA. She was trafficked at the age of 8 for 2 years. Her and several other children in her neighborhood were forced into child pornography and sold for sexual services. Currently, in addition to working with children, she is an R.N. who is continuing her education in the field of forensic nursing. By combining her personal experience and career goal, she is going to teach medical professionals how to respond to trafficked children as they come through the health care setting. She is using her story to be the voice of those who suffer in silence and her life's mission is to protect children for sex trafficking. Her life will leave a legacy.

Come on out to experience worship and teaching with a multicultural flair!
Click HERE for more information!


What is service-learning &

Why is it important

Read more here


Its back to school time and we are looking forward to celebrating student achievement at Downey Elementary School through our Together for Tomorrow service-learning partnerships.
Messiah College was one of 31 organizations honored as a winner of the "Together for Tomorrow" initiative.

Find out about "Together for Tomorrow" here.

Messiah College was one of 690 higher education institutions that was recognized with national distinction on the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

Find out more about the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll here.

Learn more about Messiah's involvement in The President's Interfaith & Community Service Campus Challenge.


Internal Grants Program: Applications for 2014-2015 is now closed.

This Service-Learning Faculty Grant is designed to encourage faculty to integrate service-learning into the curriculum.