2018-01-11 / Community

Christ the King students conduct servant event

Courtesy photo Courtesy photo UNIONVILLE - Recently, Mrs. Erika Kaiser, Christ the King Lutheran School first grade teacher, and her first grade class participated in a servant event at the school in Unionville. She and her class wrote a grant to Thrivent Financial, which would allow the class to purchase Bibles. These Bibles will be given to people who visit St. Paul Lutheran Church in Unionville, and who would like a copy of the Bible for use at home. The students were able to put a sticker on the inside of the Bible stating what the purpose of the servant event was.

Mrs. Kaiser led a discussion with the class about what it means to be a servant to the community and emphasized to her class that even though they are young men and women, they are still able to make a difference in the lives of other people, including those people they have never met.

“Christ the King wants to show our students that they can make an impact in the lives of people at St. Paul Lutheran Church and the communities of Unionville, Sebewaing and other areas as well. Through this servant event, the students were able to take a small amount of time out of their day and make a positive impression on their surrounding community. I definitely want to thank Thrivent Financial for donating the funds so that my first graders are able to witness to others,” said Mrs. Kaiser.

Pictured here: (front row, l-r) Connor Shelson, Levi Anderson, Ella Vermeersch, (second row) Ellyianna Hahn, Lydia Irion, Arlington Monforton, Jersey Bumhoffer, Brielle Mallais, Jacob Boyer, (back row) Zane Alderson, Liam Sonntag, Colton Nitz, Isaac Martens, Heidi Scharf, Tripp Payne, Peyton Roemer.

For more information about the event, call Principal David Kaiser at 989-883-3730.

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