St. Joseph’s students serve the homeless
Eighth-grade students from St. Joseph’s Episcopal School learned the value of giving by preparing and serving a holiday meal for the homeless and food insecure at Holy Redeemer Episcopal Church in Lake Worth on Dec. 14.
Students each provided an item for the dinner, and they were encouraged to purchase the food with their own money. During the event, they also distributed shoes collected by local churches.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to help the students understand that the true spirit of Christmas is about giving,” said the Rev. Lynne E. Jones, who is chaplain and a teacher at St. Joseph’s. Jones accompanied the students to the event.
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Bryce McLean-Povedano and Victoria Wilson
Jacob Jauch and Thomas Catalano
Eighth-graders at St. Joseph's Episcopal School helped prepare and serve a Christmas dinner for those in need at Holy Redeemer Episcopal Church in Lake Worth. At right: Mariana Fedele and Kasia Grohmann